An analyst at Mintel says retail brands and foodservice outlets will keep churning out pumpkin-related foods and drinks.
The ride-hailing app hopes to 'cross-pollinate' riders by attracting customers to both companies.
The coffee chain is selling pitcher packs to make it easy for customers to make their cold brew at home.
The coffee chain says employees now have more leeway to choose what goes under the green apron.
American Airlines, GE and Starbucks are making headlines this Friday morning to wrap up another busy week of earnings.
The coffee chain plans to implement a price hike at its stores starting July 12.
The World Health Organization's cancer agency says all 'very hot' drinks can probably cause cancer.
The "Squawk Box" news team discusses some of the morning's most provocative headlines, including a new location to test drive a Tesla, and a reversal on coffee warning.
All "very hot" drinks are probably carcinogenic, the World Health Organization's cancer agency will say as it downgrades warning on coffee.
Illycaffe President Andrea Illy talks about the company's 2015 revenues and consumer tastes within various regions, such as the U.S. and China.
Adam Brotman, Starbucks executive vice president, discusses the coffee maker's digital strategy as nearly one in four customers place their orders from a mobile device.
Giuseppe Lavazza, vice-chairman of coffee maker Luigi Lavazza, discusses his company's recent spree of acquisitions.
Dunkin' Brands CEO Nigel Travis says Dunkin' Donuts has secret weapon in a crowded fast-food breakfast field: technology.
We believe our espresso-based drinks are the best out there, and most people do not know we are number one in iced coffee, says Nigel Travis, Dunkin' Brands CEO. Travis announces the company's On-The-Go app is going national on Monday so customers can order ahead anywhere.
The coffee chain will start selling a cold coffee drink infused with nitrogen and served through a beer tap this summer.
CNBC's Kelly Evans interviews Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz on topics ranging from a lawsuit accusing the coffee chain of using too much ice to whether the US faces another recession.
CNBC's Kelly Evans speaks with Howard Schultz, Starbucks Chairman & CEO, about the coffee giant's business in China with stores, a roastery and a partnership with Shanghai Disney, as well as the company's expansion into other markets.
The FMHR traders provide their play on the best way to trade in the coffee space.
David Tarantino, Baird analyst, says Starbucks has become increasingly attractive and has a price target of $68 on the stock.
Amazon will launch new private-label brands in the coming weeks that will include the company’s first move into perishable food, the WSJ reports.