The increase is more than double the current federal minimum hourly wage, for nonexempt employees.
Starbucks is stepping up to once again offer free coffee to front-line workers amid the ongoing pandemic.
All Starbucks baristas, supervisors and cafe attendants in the U.S. will receive an increase of at least 10%, according to a company spokesperson.
A Starbucks barista in San Diego County is being praised for how she handled a disruptive customer who repeatedly refused to wear her mask and then shouted “f--- Black Lives Matter” as she was leaving the store.
Starbucks is bringing back its coveted Pumpkin Spice Latte Tuesday with its fall menu available at locations across the country -- days earlier than last year’s launch sweetening up 2020.
Starbucks is introducing a new way to get your hands on your favorite latte: curbside pickup.
Kevin Trejo, 21, of Westwood was arrested for subjecting a law enforcement officer to bodily fluid, purposely tampering with a law enforcement officer's drink and creating a hazardous environment.
Last month Amber Gilles posted a scathing review to her Facebook page after an incident in which San Diego Starbucks employee Lenin Gutierrez refused to serve her for not wearing a mask, resulting in the creation of a GoFundMe page for Gutierrez, which raised more than $100,000 in tips for him.
Starbucks has announced that customers and employees will be required to wear face masks when they enter stores beginning July 15.
The man was charged with assault and trespassing, police said.
The customer posted a photo of the barista on Facebook complaining that she wasn’t served because she wasn’t wearing a mask.
Starbucks is tweaking its dress code to allow Black Lives Matter T-shirts and pins after complaints that it prohibited employees from wearing the items.
Starbucks had reportedly sent a memo to employees that outlined the store’s policy against wearing Black Lives Matter-related apparel in the workplace.
U.S. stores will be open for to-go and delivery service, with cafe seating remaining closed to customers.
Starbucks announced Thursday that the company would be extending its current free coffee offer to front-line workers and first responders through the end of May.
Starbucks is giving away free coffee to healthcare workers and first responders during the coronavirus pandemic.
Starbucks has announced it will pay its employees for the next month.
Starbucks said it is "pausing" personal cup use in its locations, though it said the discount will still be available for those who ask for it.
Each day, customers can get a free tall espresso beverage from 1 to 2 p.m. local time at select stores across the U.S.
Starbucks is sending an apology to two Riverside County Sheriff deputies after they were reportedly denied service at a local store.