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Starbucks is speeding the development of its ‘greener stores’

The coffee giant is opening a location in Shanghai that will eliminate paper receipts and use reusable cups.

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Why all restaurants should be watching Starbucks' union challenge

Labor experts believe the effort to organize the chain's employees in Buffalo is an example of a new type of activism that could spread to other operations large and small.

The coffee giant wants all 450 employees in its Buffalo, N.Y., market to have a say on whether they'll be represented by the Service Employees International Union. A yea vote would mark a milestone in organizing chain restaurants.

The move comes as the coffee giant focuses on drive-thrus and convenience, rather than its higher-end offshoots.

The coffee giant brings back the long-running fall favorite along with a pumpkin-themed cold brew and other treats.

Starbucks will have employees wear masks in company-owned stores as retailers take more aggressive action on masks.

The coffee giant has shifted its business over the past 18 months, with a lot more drive-thru sales and mobile orders, cold drinks and alternative milk, says RB’s The Bottom Line.

The coffee giant is selling its stake in the market to its joint venture partner E-Mart and a new investor GIC Private Limited.

The coffee giant recorded record sales and profits last quarter as customers ordered more Nitro Cold Brew and Refreshers.

The company also said it is donating $1.7 million to 16 food banks across the U.S. where it has community stores.

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