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There is a new resident in Williamsburg, and not everyone is celebrating. A Starbucks opened on Union Ave and Ainslie Street, on Monday morning.
Williamsburg, Brooklyn may soon be getting its first Starbucks, according to a published report.
The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals based its findings in part on a June ruling by New York State’s highest court that excluded assistant managers from receiving a share of the tips.
Starbucks may be associated more with coffee than any other corporate name, but now the company is planning to branch out to open its first Tea Bar in New York.
What do you get when you combine a slow news cycle with the latest in Internet hilarity? “Drake Hands.” Lots and lots of “Drake Hands.”
For some reason, this creepy “Drake Hands” thing is going around…
Gun rights groups are staging “Starbucks Appreciation Day” to voice their approval of the coffee chain’s stand supporting gun owners who wish to openly display their weapons.
The lawsuit claims some Starbucks workers in Manhattan were highly insensitive to deaf customers on several occasions, including mocking their manner of speaking.
The state Court of Appeals ruled Wednesday that Starbucks baristas in New York must share their tips with shift supervisors, but not assistant managers.
The Court of Appeals found that shift supervisors do much of the same work as the coffee servers and therefore get to share in the tips. The court also ruled the company can deny those tips to assistant managers.
The Seattle-based chain said it will start banning smoking within 25 feet of its stores, beginning Saturday.
New York’s top court will give its two cents into the brewing controversy over Starbucks baristas’ tip jars: whether shift supervisors and assistant managers are legally entitled to dip into them.
In a photo published by the New York Post, Jeter was seen exiting a Greenwich Village Starbucks with the name “Philip” written on his coffee cup.
Caleb “Kai” McGillvary was arrested Thursday at the Greyhound Bus Terminal in Philadelphia and charged in the fatal beating of a 73-year-old New Jersey lawyer.