Amid a trade war that has waged on for more than a year, the largest restaurant chains in the U.S. are ramping up development in China.
As Starbucks ramps up its U.S. delivery program, the global coffee chain is looking to China — its second-largest market — as an example of how delivery could eventually contribute to its sales.
Starbucks is licensing its mobile and loyalty program technology in a deal that will let global franchisees offer its mobile app to customers.
The coffee giant's stock is up nearly 30% in 2019.
Starbucks is facing increased competition in China, particularly from upstart Luckin Coffee, but CEO Kevin Johnson remains optimistic about its long-term success.
At its annual shareholders meeting Wednesday, Starbucks shared two targets to aid in future growth: start-ups and the in-store experience.
Starbucks Rewards members will soon be able to redeem their "stars" for a wider range of redemption options.
Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson said on CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" that the coffee giant is not planning to offer drinks with CBD oil anytime soon.
Starbucks announced Thursday it is partnering with Uber Eats to deliver its coffee to customers.
Starbucks' newest Reserve Roastery is set to open Friday in New York City. Here is a look inside the coffee megastore, which features a fully functional roastery, craft espresso and cocktails.
Investors who buy Starbucks on the news of Bill Ackman's new stake "may end up being a little disappointed," Jim Cramer says.
Starbucks' plan follows the coffee giant's pledge to eliminate single-use plastic straws from its stores around the globe by 2020.
Starbucks opened in Milan Thursday, marking its first foray into Italy and its 78th country.
Jim Cramer explains what makes Apple’s trillion dollar market cap so meaningful.
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."
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.
Howard Schultz is stepping down from his role as executive chairman of Starbucks, effective June 26, according to a memo sent to employees Monday.
Starbucks baristas completed four hours of anti-bias training on Tuesday, and some said they found the scope to be too limited.
"Treat people the way you want to be treated," Ed Rensi says, adding Starbucks should never have gotten itself "in a position like this."
Starbucks will need to get a few things right during its anti-bias training day on Tuesday if it hopes to make a lasting impact with its new social policy.