The chain wants in on the green-juice megatrend.
It should bring comfort to teenagers during this difficult time.
So many Frappuccinos.
Seattle's getting its own delivery service, too.
It's only going to be on sale in 20 stores.
March 31 is go time.
Could another dairy alternative be headed to the U.S., too?
The goal is to talk about "issues that matter to our nation."
It's basically the Starbucks equivalent of a Burger King Croissan'wich.
Set the mood with a flat white and croissant for one.
The new dairy alternative rolls out February 17.
Don't even ask about Dunkin' Donuts and their foam cups.
The "Starbucks Effect" is very real, say the authors of a new book.
To give his wife and kids his "dedicated time and attention."
Is it a hoax? Is it used in cheesecake lattes? Or is it something more nefarious?
It's also promising to eliminate inhumane slaughter practices and growth hormones.
Hooray for terrible coffee!
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Hello, $8 coffee.