Borgata To Go Strawless On Heels Of Starbucks AnnouncementMGM Resorts says single-use plastic straws will only be served upon request.
Starbucks To Stop Offering Plastic Straws By 2020 The push gained traction after a viral video in 2015 showed rescuers removing a straw from a sea turtle’s nose in graphic detail.
Philadelphia Starbucks Fires Employee For Allegedly Mocking Customer's StutterThis is the second time in a matter of months that a Philadelphia-based Starbucks has come under fire for customer relations.
Starbucks Arrests Prompts Philadelphia Police To Issue Defiant Trespass PolicyThe police department says the new "Defiant Trespass" policy will better guide officers when called to investigate and enforce defiant trespass complaints.
Starbucks Closes Over 8,000 Stores For Anti-Bias TrainingCoffee giant Starbucks shuttered its doors early on Tuesday for customers but anti-bias training for employees was going on behind the closed doors.
Starbucks' Company-Wide Anti-Bias Training Aims To Prevent DiscriminationStarbucks released a few seconds of an eight-minute video that all its employees will watch on Tuesday, when all stores around the country will close for the anti-bias training.
Starbucks Offers Preview Of Racial Bias Training After Arrest Of 2 Black Men In PhiladelphiaThe video is reportedly intense, as Starbucks is taking unprecedented steps to address racial bias.
Starbucks Executive Howard Schultz: Bathrooms Open To Everyone After 2 Black Men ArrestedStarbucks executive chairman Howard Schultz now says Starbucks stores will open their bathrooms to everyone, regardless if they've made a purchase.
CEO: No Sales Drop At Starbucks Following Philly Incident The racially-charged incident at a Starbucks in Rittenhouse Square earlier this month made national headlines, but it hasn't affected sales at the coffee chain.
Starbucks Creates Committee For Anti-Bias TrainingStarbucks has released new details about its response to the controversial arrests at a coffee shop in Rittenhouse Square.
2 Black Men Arrested At Starbucks Get Apology From Philadelphia Police Commissioner, MayorPhiladelphia's Police Commissioner Ross apologized to the two men arrested at Starbucks, saying he 'failed miserably' in messaging .
Men Arrested At Starbucks Say They Feared For Their LivesRashon Nelson initially brushed it off when the Starbucks manager told him he couldn't use the restroom because he wasn't a paying customer.