Starbucks Newswire

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Starbucks.

Results 1 - 20 of 1,911 in Starbucks

  1. Love storiesRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Lexington County Chronicle

    ... in World War II, he knew no one who had. He missed the Vietnam War because his draft number was not called up. The Starbucks CEO admits he knew little about the people fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan for the first 10 years of the wars. 'I'm ...


  2. Is Kenny G Responsible for the Starbucks Frappuccino?Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Billboard

    "Part of the reason that they did Frappuccino was people like me giving them that kind of feedback," he says. Kenny G : saxophone god, adult contemporary icona blended beverage visionary? The best-selling jazz musician claims in a new interview that he is at least partially responsible for bringing the Frappuccino, a frozen coffee drink, to Starbucks back in the 1990s.


  3. Is Kenny G Responsible for the Frappuccino?Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | People

    Turns out Britney Spears and Kenny G have more in common than winning Grammys - they both love a good Frappuccino! And as it turns out, the sax wiz actually had a bit of a hand in bringing the beverage to Starbucks menus everywhere. "Well, at the beginning, Starbucks didn't have anything but coffee, and there was another company, Coffee Bean, that had something called blended a it was a sweet drink, and people were lined up around the block," the artist, who just released his album Brazilian Nights , told Bloomberg .


  4. 5 Skills Workers Will Need To Be Successful In The FutureRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Silicon Alley Insider

    She started out as a lawyer and then launched a public finance business. She worked at Lehman Brothers, became a White House fellow, started a television division for Time Warner, ran Americast, and worked at Maveron, a venture capital firm founded by Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz.


  5. Starbucks makes a big donation to soldiers in AfghanistanRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Business Journal

    Starbucks Corp. employees recently made a huge donation to U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan; 32,000 three-pack servings of its coffee. Starbucks Corp. employees recently made a huge donation to U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan; 32,000 three-pack servings of its coffee.


  6. Thomas Farragher Titletown? Get serious, SeattleRead the original story

    7 hrs ago |

    ... in a city full of people who look like that cloying art history major who's working as a barista at your local Starbucks, philosophizing over the scones. OK, the natural beauty is stunning. Yes, the people are unfailingly polite. I know it may be ...


  7. Starbucks: Follow The Gift CardsRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Seeking Alpha

    Management made the difficult decision. It may upset investors in the short term, but Starbucks has the best management in the industry.


  8. First Impressions of Seattle by Someone from CaliforniaRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | The Stranger

    Congratulations on getting a job at Amazon/Microsoft/Nordstrom/Starbucks. You are now free to take 20-minute showers and buy mountains of legal weed.


  9. Former Starbucks President Offers Common Sense Perspective on the Minimum Wage DebateRead the original story

    Yesterday | Washington Policy Center

    Today The Seattle Times printed an excellent editorial on the minimum wage debate by former Starbucks president, and WPC supporter, Howard Behar. The editorial offers some common sense perspective from a respected business leader, and admitted "pragmatic progressive," on the controversial and often polarizing issue.


  10. Retailers Starbucks, Lululemon Again Hit New HighsRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Investor's Business Daily

    On Friday, shares gapped past an 84.30 flat-base buy point after reporting fiscal first-quarter results. Earnings climbed 16% on a 13% jump in sales for the coffee chain.


  11. Starbucks Provides Coffee to Every U.S. Service Member in AfghanistanRead the original story

    21 hrs ago | PressReleasePoint

    Starbucks recently provided 32,000 three-pack servings of its VIAA Ready Brew Coffee to U.S. troops serving in Afghanistan. "Getting a cup of coffee is something your average American takes for granted.


  12. Grapevine: He was thereRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Jerusalem Post

    ... the Auschwitz: The Past Is Present committee, heading a team that includes Spielberg, Len Blavatnik, Haim Saban, Starbucks founder Howard Schultz, investor Joel Citron, attorney Stephen A. Cozen, World Jewish Congress president Ronald S. Lauder and ...


  13. A Goliath Can Become a David AgainRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Brand Autopsy

    ... without losing their soul. Easier said than done. That conversation reminded me of the growth issue we faced at Starbucks in the late 1990s. At that time, Starbucks was fast approaching 2,000 locations. That's BIG by most standards but Starbucks ...


  14. 3 Things Starbucks Corporation Wants Investors To Know About The FutureRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Motley Fool

    That should allow the brand to move beyond its traditional delivery methods and find new ways to put coffee into the hands of customers. Not only are the days of standing in line, calling out your order, and waiting for your coffee ending, in some cases Starbucks is going to bring your drink to you.


  15. Starbucks Q1 FY2015 Review: The Start Of A Digital FutureRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Seeking Alpha

    Starbucks reported both revenue of $4.8b and EPS of $0.80 in-line of consensus. Global comp sales of +5% was consistent from a year ago driven by growth in Asia and the US .


  16. Forbes Magazine Highlights Minimum Wage Panel at WPC Solutions SummitRead the original story

    Yesterday | Washington Policy Center

    A column in the February issue of Forbes magazine on the minimum wage features the panelists from WPC's small business panel at the recent WPC Solutions Summit. Noting that Seattle is "ground zero" in the minimum wage war, the column, "The Real Minimum Wage: Zero," details the compelling remarks of two of the panelists-former Starbucks president Howard Behar and small business owner Taylor Hoang-in response to Seattle's $15 minimum wage: Howard Behar, the former president of Starbucks, expressed a different view at a conference organized by the Washington Policy Center.


  17. Tuesday newspaper round-up: SSE cuts, Starbucks, UK construction...Read the original story

    Yesterday | Live Charts

    ... heating. The paper added that one consumer group described the price cut as "probably the slowest in history". Starbucks has been urged to live up to its promise to pay more taxes after boasting about the turnaround of its UK business and an 82% ...


  18. CaffeinatedRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Santa Barbara Independent

    ... the size of Los Angeles, we need more coffee shops. Well, in all honesty it's easy to frequent Peet's and Starbucks on the West Coast because of the number of locations. On the other hand, if I am on the Westside or Silverlake, I do make it a ...


  19. Early workouts have many benefitsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Yahoo!

    ... It found that early risers were more proactive in all areas of their life from their exercise regime to their job. Starbucks chief executive Howard Schultz goes for a bike ride every morning and still gets to the office by 6am. Apple chief executive ...


  20. Retail expansion: Publix, new Starbucks appear headed to cityRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sun Journal

    A free-standing Starbucks near the mall and a new Glenburnie Road shopping center that's expected to include a Publix grocery store are two projects set for review by the city of New Bern's development staff Friday. But even before Friday's scheduled review, a New Bern alderman took to his Facebook page over the weekend to announce the pending arrival of the new businesses.