Chuck Roach, an artist and regular Starbucks customer, paints portraits of baristas to decorate a store in Abilene, Texas.
Starbucks commemorates hiring 10,000 service members, veterans and military spouses and moves ahead with a new target of 25,000 hires by 2025.
Learn the story behind the collectible cards clipped to each bag of Starbucks Reserve coffee.
A customer’s "curt" exchange with a barista and her efforts to heal any hurt feelings brings national attention to a Starbucks in Bishop, Calif.
Starbucks has opened its first immersive coffee experience in the Middle East and North Africa.
On March 22, Starbucks outlined its plan for strong global growth to an audience of shareholders at the company’s 25th Annual Meeting of Shareholders in Seattle. From a change in leadership to the future of on-the-go ordering and a hiring commitment to veterans, Opportunity Youth and refugees, learn the top highlights from Starbucks.
An estimated 15,000 Starbucks partners (employees) have a desire to earn a degree, but do not qualify for admission to the company’s College Achievement Plan. To help these partners reach their goals, Starbucks and ASU launched Pathway to Admission, a program that provides partners the ability to work toward admission tuition free.
Starbucks initiatives create opportunities for veterans and military spouses, and pave the way for similar efforts on behalf of youth and refugees.