Five years ago, Starbucks committed to hiring 10,000 veterans and military spouses by 2018. Today, we’re proud to announce that we’ve hired 21,000 – more than double that original commitment.
Starbucks ceo Kevin Johnson and chairman emeritus Howard Schultz share their thoughts on the life and legacy of Paul Allen.
As part of our support to communities affected by the recent earthquakes and tsunami in Indonesia, The Starbucks Foundation will donate $150,000 to relief and recovery efforts.
A letter from Rossann Williams, executive vice president, president, U.S. Retail, on how Starbucks partners and customers are coming together to support those impacted by Hurricane Florence.
Beginning Friday, September 14, customers who wish to aid in the relief efforts for Hurricane Florence can donate to the American Red Cross in any U.S. company-operated store and through an app card on the Starbucks mobile app.
Starbucks shares its next steps in its commitment to fostering diversity, inclusion and equity for partners, customers and the communities it serve serves.
Starbucks has made the decision to enter into a licensing agreement with Tahua Capital Limited in New Zealand.
Starbucks offers, and will continue to offer, straws to customers who need or request them in our stores.