Cheaper private-label coffee is eating into demand for Smucker's Folgers brand.
Scott DeCarlo at Fortune Magazine talks about the Fortune's list of the world's most admired companies in 2017.
The coffee chain is testing affogato, an Italian-style dessert in which a scoop of ice cream is "drowned" in a shot of hot espresso.
The Seattle chain said it will serve "affogato" varieties of hot or cold coffee over ice cream at 100 stores in Orange County, California, starting Wednesday, with pricier versions sold at 10 locations with its "reserve" bars. Spokeswoman Holly Hart Shafer said the treats were first introduced at the company's Roastery store in Seattle, which is a pipeline for...
With the unemployment rate for young veterans climbing, Trump's federal hiring freeze could hit them the hardest.
Kenny G tells CNBC that Starbucks and United Airlines are among his favorite stocks.
Musican Kenny G speaks with CNBC's Becky Quick at the Pebble Beach Pro Am about his investing strategies, including his stake in Starbucks.
Yum China Holdings, reporting for the first time as a standalone company, said sales at established restaurants came in slightly lower than expected.
The big tech companies laid out their vision for 2017 in their last earnings calls.
Backchannel writes about Odyssey, an online platform that its creator believes could become the "Facebook or Instagram of user-generated stories."
Chipotle's woes may not be behind it just yet. The chain still has plenty of work ahead to persuade diners to come back to its stores.
Starbucks isn't the only restaurant that will face challenges as it adopts mobile order and pay technology.
The risk for companies is that employees, shareholders and customers could punish them more for their silence, Politico's Ben White says.
Whispered questions among business leaders over the weekend produced no clear consensus on what to say about the President Trump’s immigration order in public.
The boycott spans US restaurants, coffeeshops, stores and products, Buzzfeed reports.
People are boycotting Starbucks, again, and this time it has nothing to do with its cups.
The coffee chain plans to hire 10,000 refugees over five years in the 75 countries where it does business.
President Donald Trump's executive order banning people from seven primarily Muslim countries was criticized by business leaders.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
After the initial shock of Trump's travel order, businesses and trade organizations respond, some with outrage, some with caution.