The "Squawk on the Street" team discusses Howard Schultz's upcoming book tour fueling more rumors about a potential presidental run.
Starbucks opened in Milan Thursday, marking its first foray into Italy and its 78th country.
STEM degrees have become all the rage in recent years but these scholars take a look at some high-profile humanities and liberal arts graduates who have left their mark on the corporate world in The Conversation.
The Seattle-based coffee chain will partner with Alibaba's food delivery unit, Ele.me, according to the Wall Street Journal.
A major fight is brewing between Dunkin’ Brands and Starbucks, but only one is emerging victorious.
Starbucks' outgoing Executive Chairman Howard Schultz said a recent slowdown in China would be short-lived.
The legendary leader of the Seattle-based coffee company has actually lived the American dream.
CNBC's Jim Cramer and the "Squawk on the Street" team discuss comments made by former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz about the state of the coffee giant as he steps down from the board.
Ahead of his departure as Starbucks executive chairman next week, Howard Schultz tells CNBC the company's stock is "cheap" and "undervalued."
Starbucks President and CEO Kevin Johnson discusses lowering the coffee chain's fiscal third-quarter sales forecast and scaling back store growth on CNBC's "Squawk on the Street."
Shares of Starbucks slipped Tuesday after the closing bell as coffee chain said it would scale back store growth.
"Halftime Report" trader Pete Najarian highlights unusual options activity in Starbucks and JD.com.
The longtime Wall Street CEO says business has a role working with government, but he's not sure being a CEO translates to higher office.
There is a place for departing Starbucks Executive Chairman Howard Schultz in the Democratic Party, says former Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell.
As Howard Schultz plans his exit from his position as chairman of the Starbucks' board at the end of the month, investors wonder just how big of a void will be left after he is gone.
Just because Trump's gut-level appeals worked among Republicans doesn't mean Schultz could persuade Democrats.
While it's difficult to get on the ballot as an independent, it's possible for someone with Howard Schultz's brand power and name and wealth, says Sara Fagen.
Schultz is just one of several business titans whose possible political aspirations might influence the next campaign for the White House.
There's a "very big difference" running a public versus a private company, the outgoing Starbucks' executive chairman says.
James Pethokoukis, American Enterprise Institute, and CNBC's John Harwood discuss the likelihood that Starbucks outgoing executive chairman Howard Schultz will run for president in 2020.