Starbucks on Tuesday announced that it will be increasing the prices of its products in 2022, citing rising inflation, supply chain disruptions and increasing labor costs, according to a statement by the company.

Women were quick to point out that the object in question was not in fact a tampon and everyone was quick to pounce on the cop in question for fabricating another situation in which a police officer plays victim for the sake of pity. Target has stated that they are investigating the incident and cooperating with authorities on the matter.

A Starbucks in Oklahoma fired an employee and apologized for their actions after the former worker wrote a cop’s order as “PIG” in the name portion. The employee allegedly apologized to the cop, saying it was just a joke. Local outlet KTLU reports: It was a quick trip to get coffee that left Kiefer Police […]

Once again, a Starbucks in Philadelphia is under fire for making another racist inference according to the claims of a patron who says staff in the store took a swipe at his name. Niquel Johnson, a 40-year-old Muslim man who goes by the name Aziz, says an employee at Starbucks wrote “ISIS” as his name […]

Very soon you will be able to get your Venti White Chocolate Mocha Double Shot delievered to you. Starbucks announced that it has partner with Uber Eats to deliever their products. The “Starbucks Delivers” program stared in San Francisco, California on Mondy. It will expand to Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York and Washington, D.C., […]

Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson says the closures will help the chain better meet the needs of customers.

Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz published an open letter this weekend that revealed his company plans to hire 10,000 refugees over the next five years.

Plus, Erykah Badu to raise money to help alleviate the rape kit backlog in Detroit and Starbucks customers are insisting that Black Lives Matter will be heard loud and clear.

Actress Thandie Newton called out the coffee chain for displaying a statue of a Black child in a loin cloth offering Colombian coffee beans to customers.