Men Arrested At Philadelphia Starbucks Say They Feared For Their Lives"Anytime I'm encountered by cops, I can honestly say it's a thought that runs through my mind. You never know what's going to happen."
Starbucks To Close 8,000+ Stores To Conduct Racial-Bias TrainingStarbucks will close more than 8,000 US stores on afternoon of May 29 to conduct racial-bias education for employees.
Starbucks Facing Image Crisis After 2 Black Men ArrestedThree years ago, Starbucks was widely ridiculed for trying to start a national conversation on race relations by asking its employees to write the words "Race Together" on coffee cups. The initiative, though it backfired, was in line with the company's longstanding effort to project a progressive and inclusive image.
Starbucks CEO Wants To Meet With Men In Philadelphia IncidentThe CEO of Starbucks arrived in Philadelphia hoping to meet with two black men who were arrested when the coffee chain's employees called 911 and said they were trespassing, while about two dozen chanting protesters took over the shop Monday.
Starbucks Giving Workers Raises, Stock Grants Due To Tax LawStarbucks is giving its U.S. workers pay raises and stock grants this year, citing recent changes to the tax law.
Starbucks Selling New 'Christmas Tree' Drink For Only 5 DaysThe limited edition drink will be on sale in the U.S. and Canada from Dec. 7 through Monday, Dec. 11.
Starbucks Offering Free Holiday Drinks This WeekThe coffee giant is offering its customers a free holiday drink for a five-day stretch starting on November 9.
PSA: Starbucks Giving Away BOGO Macchiatos For Friendship DayEnjoy friendship day with a cool iced macchiato one on Starbucks.  
Starbucks Unicorn Frappuccino Under Scrutiny For Health ContentsThe new Starbucks Unicorn Frappuccino is coming under attack from a health department for its poor nutritional contents.
Unicorn Frappuccino Gets Polarizing ReviewsSome baristas also hated making them, including one who aired his grievances on YouTube.
4 Things To Know: New Travel Ban, 'Logan' Slashes Box Office & MoreFrom a new travel ban expected Monday to an investigation into a Marines photo-sharing controversy, here are the four things to know for Monday, March 6.
Police Seek Suspects In 6 Twin Cities Coffee Shop RobberiesPolice hope the public can help them identify the persons responsible for robbing six coffee shops in the past two months.

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