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.
The company said that because of the milk content of its drinks, the fact that customers add their own sugar and still unanswered questions about the rules, it will continue selling 20-ounce ventis at its New York City stores.
A man who recently moved to New York City has decided to explore his adopted hometown by going to each and every Starbucks in Manhattan and documenting the experience.
There is bad news for those of you who need that caffeine fix to get going in the morning or can’t get through the day without a pumpkin spice latte.
The driver of the Jaguar, the driver of the Impala and a passenger in the Chevy were all taken away in critical condition and are being treated at Bellevue Hospital, along with three of the pedestrians who are in serious condition.
The Seattle-based coffee chain said in a blog post on its website Thursday that it made the decision to reformulate its drinks after feedback from consumers prompted a “thorough” evaluation.
Two New York police officers were injured on Saturday night in connection with a series of anarchist-related arrests in Manhattan.
An online petition is being circulated urging the coffee giant to stop using a red dye — said to be made from dried, female cochineal insects — in its strawberries & crème frappuccino as well as it strawberry smoothies.
Starbucks is kicking off the holiday season with more than just red cups – they’re giving away free java. That’s right: Free Starbucks coffee.
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz has been in the news lately for calling on CEOs to boycott donating to politicans. Today, he made news in New York City.
Days after Hurricane Irene made her way north, things in New York City’s northern suburbs are still not back to normal.
They’re called Starbucks “squatters.” You know, those folks with their laptops who take all the seats and never seem to leave. But the coffee house giant has a plan brewing to fix that
Starbucks Coffee Co. is investigating a complaint that a supervisor at a Centereach store allegedly berated a gay employee during a management meeting, forcing him to resign.
Some City Council members are supporting the protesters and stressed that Starbucks’ threatened move could lead to the loss of over 700 jobs.