Starbucks has signed an agreement with long-time licensing partner Alsea to expand operations to Uruguay in early 2018, further strengthening its presence in South America.
The nation’s largest employer-led coalition committed to creating pathways to employment for young people, today announced that participating companies offered 700 jobs to Opportunity Youth – 16-24-year-olds who are not in school nor employed.
The new stores are part of Starbucks national initiative aimed at creating economic opportunities by hiring locally, providing in-store training opportunities for youth, and working with local minority-owned businesses.
Starbucks has granted Caribbean Coffee Traders Limited the exclusive rights to develop and operate stores in Jamaica
Members of Starbucks Rewards™ loyalty program have a new way to earn Stars as the program expands down the grocery aisle to now include Starbucks® K-Cups® Packs and ready-to-drink beverages.
Q2 financial 2017 highlights: Comparable store sales up 3% globally; consolidated net revenues grow 6%; operating margin expands to Q2 record 17.7%; GAAP and non-GAAP earnings per share up 15%.
Starbucks announced it will open a Starbucks Reserve Roastery in Chicago in 2019. Located on North Michigan Avenue and Erie Street on Chicago’s Magnificent Mile, the Chicago Reserve Roastery represents the company’s third Roastery location in the U.S.
With youth unemployment in Dallas one of the highest in the nation, the 100,000 Opportunities Initiative will host an unprecedented day-long jobs and resource fair in Dallas, kicking off a long-term effort to hire and engage young people facing barriers to education and employment