The coffee chain is offering free espresso drinks at certain locations over the next 10 days.
More than two-decades later, comedian Adam Conover explains why this lawsuit was legitimate.
The coffee chain is selling a blended Fruitcake beverage for a limited-time in the US and Canada.
The coffee chain is set to have 5,000 stores in mainland China by 2021.
The company plans to build new 'Reserve' brand coffee stores to challenge upscale rivals.
The "Fast Money" traders discuss the future of Starbucks, as CEO Howard Schultz plans to step down.
Nigel Travis, Dunkin' Brands CEO, shares his outlook on holiday sales.
Kevin Johnson, Starbucks President & COO, discusses the coffee giant's quarterly earnings, its growing China business and the consumer effect of the election.
CNBC's Susan Li looks at U.S. coffee sales and how it's affecting gourmet chains like Starbucks and donut chains like Dunkin' Donuts.
CNBC's Landon Dowdy provides a look at Street expectations when Starbucks reports quarterly results later today.
Starbucks unveiled a new "Green Cup" Tuesday that is meant to symbolize unity ahead of the election, according to NBC News.
Morgan Stanley, Starbucks and Apple are grabbing headlines on Wall Street today.
Debating Starbucks with Stifel Nicolaus analyst Mark Astrachan, who has a hold rating on the stock, and BTIG managing director Peter Saleh, who has a buy.
The coffee chain partners with Coca-Cola to launch a line of ready-to-drink coffee beverages in the US.
The 'Asskicker' drink contains 80-times the amount of caffeine in one shot of espresso.
Feeling drowsy? Then maybe you need an "Asskicker," a coffee containing roughly 80 times the caffeine found in one espresso shot.
The "Futures Now" team discuss the action in coffee trade, and whether they see the caffeine high continuing.
Instant coffee, an old favorite that's fallen by the wayside, is being given a new spin by a San Francisco-based start-up.
With coffee prices still near the 12-month high they hit last month, analysts are contemplating whether the rally has further to run.
Nigel Travis, Dunkin' Brands chairman & CEO, says the restaurant industry is growing and is a great place to start a career.