Edition:
United States

Starbucks Corp (SBUX.OQ)

SBUX.OQ on NASDAQ Stock Exchange Global Select Market

58.16USD
4:00pm EDT
Change (% chg)

$0.16 (+0.28%)
Prev Close
$58.00
Open
$58.04
Day's High
$58.73
Day's Low
$57.70
Volume
2,279,148
Avg. Vol
3,195,759
52-wk High
$64.85
52-wk Low
$52.59

Select another date:

Thu, Apr 19 2018

Photo

Black men arrested at Starbucks hope scandal sparks change

A week after their arrests at a Starbucks Corp cafe in Philadelphia sparked protests and calls for boycotts of the coffee chain, the two black men involved broke their silence and said they wanted the incident to change U.S. racial attitudes.

Starbucks' Schultz steps in as outrage over cafe arrests simmers

LOS ANGELES Starbucks Corp turned to long-time leader Howard Schultz on Wednesday to make the case that the U.S. coffee chain accused of racial profiling is committed to offering a "safe space" to customers despite the arrest of two black men in one of its Philadelphia cafes. | Video

Starbucks to close 8,000 U.S. stores for one afternoon for racial-bias training

Starbucks Corp will close 8,000 company-owned U.S. cafes for the afternoon on May 29 so 175,000 employees can undergo racial tolerance training in response to protests and calls for boycotts after the arrest of two black men waiting in a Philadelphia store. | Video

Starbucks to close 8,000 U.S. stores for racial tolerance training

Starbucks Corp will close 8,000 company-owned U.S. cafes for the afternoon on May 29 so 175,000 employees can undergo racial tolerance training in response to protests and calls for boycotts after the arrest of two black men waiting in a Philadelphia store. | Video

UPDATE 5-Starbucks to close 8,000 U.S. stores for racial tolerance training

April 17 Starbucks Corp will close 8,000 company-owned U.S. cafes for the afternoon on May 29 so 175,000 employees can undergo racial tolerance training in response to protests and calls for boycotts after the arrest of two black men waiting in a Philadelphia store.

Breakingviews - Starbucks’ anti-racism coffee break sets example

NEW YORK (Reuters Breakingviews) - Starbucks is setting an example for corporate America with its anti-racism coffee break. Facing a backlash over the arrest of two black men at a Philadelphia shop, the chain will shut all of its company-owned U.S. outlets for an afternoon of racial-bias education. The swift response backs up Starbucks’ social goals and offers a lesson to others.

Starbucks to close 8,000 U.S. stores for racial-bias training

LOS ANGELES, April 17 Starbucks Corp will close 8,000 company-owned U.S. cafes for the afternoon on May 29 to train nearly 175,000 on how to prevent racial discrimination in its stores.

BRIEF-Starbucks to Close All Stores Nationwide for Racial-Bias Education on May 29 Afternoon

* STARBUCKS - TO CLOSE ALL COMPANY-OWNED STORES IN U.S. ON AFTERNOON OF MAY 29 TO CONDUCT RACIAL-BIAS EDUCATION GEARED TOWARD PREVENTING DISCRIMINATION Source text: http://bit.ly/2HFNnp9 Further company coverage:

Starbucks CEO says arrests of two black men 'reprehensible'

LOS ANGELES Starbucks Corp Chief Executive Kevin Johnson hopes to meet with the two black men arrested at one of its Philadelphia cafes last week to apologize for the incident, which has sparked accusations of racial profiling at the coffee chain. | Video

UPDATE 3-Starbucks coffee in California must have cancer warning, judge says

March 29 Starbucks Corp and other coffee sellers must put a cancer warning on coffee sold in California, a Los Angeles judge has ruled, possibly exposing the companies to millions of dollars in fines.

Select another date: