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Starbucks will start letting you borrow reusable cups

The chain is testing a “Borrow-A-Cup” program at five stores in Seattle as part of an effort to reduce overall waste.


Starbucks shareholders deliver a rare rebuke on compensation

The coffee giant’s investors rejected its advisory “say-on-pay” proposal amid concerns about a $50 million retention bonus to CEO Kevin Johnson.

Subway’s tuna sandwich lawsuit is the latest in a string of legal challenges to restaurants’ ingredients and quality. Defending these to customers is even more important.

The coffee chain said the shift to plant-based products has been “dominant” and is testing a location with nothing but plant-based food.

More mobile ordering and strong drive-thru performance are also helping the coffee giant’s sales recover from the pandemic.

The coffee giant’s chief operating officer is stepping down next month to take the CEO job at Walgreens.

The chain has a lot more drive-thru locations in the U.S., which helped it recover more quickly during quarantine, says RB’s the Bottom Line.

The company is working with the State of Washington on scaling vaccine efforts.

The coffee giant’s Community Resilience Fund will aid small businesses and community projects that promote racial equity and “environmental resilience.”

Rachel Ruggeri will take over as the coffee giant’s finance chief on Feb. 1.

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