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Through a relationship with Care.com, U.S. Starbucks partners will receive 10 subsidized backup care days a year to help with gaps in care for kids or adults, including elderly parents.
Welcome to Good Things Happen, a monthly roundup of the best real-life moments from Starbucks stores worldwide.
Roz Brewer has once again been named to Fortune magazine’s annual Most Powerful Women in Business list. Brewer is approaching the one-year anniversary of becoming chief operating officer and group president at Starbucks.
More than 30 years after their first sip of Starbucks, Chicagoans can experience Princi artisan baking with the city’s first Princi location.
One in eight people in the United States face hunger, according to a recent report. Here are some simple things you can do to help change that.
More than 4,000 leaders from around the world are meeting in San Francisco for the Global Climate Action Summit, focused on finding ways to achieve the climate goals set by the Paris Agreement. Kevin Johnson, Starbucks chief executive officer, spoke today as part of a panel discussing what public and private sectors can achieve together.
Thunderstorms may have forced a change in plans for the opening celebration of the Starbucks Reserve Roastery in Milan, with guests taking temporary refuge indoors, but the evening culminated in a multimedia extravaganza of music, Italian culture and company heritage.
The new Starbucks Reserve Roastery in Milan welcomed its first customers Friday morning, drawing a capacity crowd and a queue of people stretching down the block.