(Reuters) - Starbucks Corp <SBUX.O> executive Michelle Gass, who was instrumental in the world's biggest coffee chain's post-recession U.S. turnaround, is leaving after more than 16 years to become chief customer officer at retailer Kohl's Corp <KSS.N>. Full story
A mother in Colorado says she was forced to change her baby’s diaper in the seating area of a Starbucks after learning the restroom did not have a changing table. The situation lead to a heated exchange between employees and the baby’s father. KUSA’s Will Ripley reports.
Shares of the coffee company are up sharply after beating Q2 expectations and announcing a deal with Starbucks, reports CNBC's Herb Greenberg.
Insight on the biggest names reporting after the bell, including Starbucks, with CNBC's Herb Greenberg and Fast Money's Dr. J.
A Washington state man concocted what could be the world's most expensive Starbucks drink ever, with CNBC's Brian Sullivan.
TODAY’s Sara Haines gathers photos from viewers that will make you do a double take, including a dog who loves his Starbucks and a fudge shop called “The Outhouse” – yuck!
Whatever you do, don’t offer to pay for this guy’s coffee at Starbucks. In a new video posted, he shatters the record for the most expensive Starbucks drink, with 48 shots of espresso.
Michelle Gass speaks to shareholders during Starbucks' Annual Meeting of Shareholders in Seattle, Washington March 21, 2012. REUTERS/Robert Sorbo
Demonstrators protest outside a Starbucks coffee shop in central London December 8, 2012. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor
Branded packaging is seen in Starbucks' Vigo Street branch in Mayfair, central London in this January 11, 2013 file photo. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth/Files