An employee made the request because a customer had complained about their presence.
The Starbucks billionaire won't make a decision on running for president until after Labor Day -- and he's still eyeing Joe Biden as his biggest competition.
Daenerys Stormborn of House Targaryen, the Mother of Dragons, the Breaker of Chains, the Drinker of Lattes.
Needles left in bathrooms are exposing employees to risks of accidental pokes.
Little monsters are causing a latte headaches for the coffee company.
“To say he came from nothing, it is very disingenuous,” says a former neighbor. But the rags-to-riches tale appears to suit the billionaire with political aspirations.
Twitter users say ex-Starbucks CEO channeled Michael Scott and Stephen Colbert in all the wrong ways.
The former Starbucks CEO promised not to be a spoiler for the 2020 election if he enters the race as an independent candidate.
Howard Schultz has been dragged for being out of touch after lamenting how “billionaire” has become a dirty word.
Jimmy Fallon explains all as the coffee chain's former CEO on "The Tonight Show."
The way the potential presidential hopeful saw it, his workers didn't need collective bargaining -- all they needed was him.
The coffee chain’s weekly memo discusses how to defuse the situation should someone share “aggressive political opinions."
Schultz is considering running as an independent. He could unintentionally split the vote and serve Trump a second term.
Howard Schultz says he is "seriously considering running for president as a centrist independent."
The billionaire and former Starbucks CEO took on his former party Sunday and explained why he is considering running for president as an independent.
Starbucks employees have expressed concern about the potential of being stuck by discarded hypodermic needles.
We tried every single holiday drink from Starbucks, Peet’s, the Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, Caribou Coffee and Dunkin’ Donuts.
“The sooner a guest finds their item, the happier they will be,” said Gregg Rapp, a menu engineer.
The company’s first “signing store” in the United States encourages all customers to speak in ASL.