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.
Police say the suspect in a number robberies and attempted robberies in Manhattan is continuing his poorly-disguised pattern.
Authorities said the suspect enters stores while covering his face with one hand and placing the other hand under his shirt to simulate a gun.
What does a New Yorker love more than coffee? Free coffee – and that’s what Starbucks is serving up in honor of Earth Day this Friday.
Around countless corners, the weird, unexpected, edgy, grimy New York–the town that so many looked to for so long as a relief from cookie-cutter America–has evolved into something else entirely: tamed, prepackaged, even predictable.
In an effort to placate cranky New Yorkers, Starbucks customers with certain BlackBerrys, iPhones and the iPod touch can now swipe them for speedy payment.
Kyle Shaw, 19, filled a bottle with powder from fireworks then set it off in front of the store at Third Avenue and 92nd Street on Memorial Day in 2009.
Chelsea resident Kyle Shaw was arrested shortly after the Memorial Day bombing of the Upper East Side coffee shop.
They’re the drinks we love for that little pick me up in the morning, but those popular specialty coffees are crammed with calories, as well as caffeine.
They’re going to be going from lean, mean, and streamlined to a more thoughtful and individual approach.
In Bronxville, you never know. That steaming cup of coffee might just come with a pretty good story.