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Yet another sign of the impending Douchepocalypse. READ MORE »


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It sucks that companies have to do what the government won’t. READ MORE »


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Frappuccinos always look incredible. I mean, of course they do. Look at them. They’re the Channing Tatum of beverages: something sweet and pretty that young white girls are obsessed with, and they’re seemingly everywhere you look. It’s almost impossible not to see the appeal. READ MORE »


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This past Tuesday, Gov. Rick Scott walked into a Starbucks to get his a very expensive, complicated coffee I presume. Unfortunately for him, but fortunately for the rest of us,  Florida resident, Cara Jennings, was also at this particular Starbucks and she was not having it. Even more fortunately for us, somebody filmed the exchange… READ MORE »


Entertainment

Add my name to the list of people who want their money back for a half cup of air READ MORE »


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The customer might always be right, but she’s almost never Beyoncé. READ MORE »


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Both Starbucks and Amazon are in the news for recent changes—and not necessarily good ones. Starbucks is changing its rewards program in a fashion that hurts people who don’t spend much per visit. Read more on Newser…READ MORE »


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The Internet got their Photoshoppy paws all over the new holiday Starbucks cup, and I gotta say, they made some improvements. READ MORE »


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What will the fine be for not wishing someone a Merry Christmas? READ MORE »


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Donald Trump has joined the ranks of sensitive Sallies who are pissed about Starbucks using red cups during the Christmas season but declining to shove the baby Jesus into its customers faces, a complaint so petty that even Candace Cameron Bure thinks it’s ridiculous.

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Celebs

I’ve been trying and failing to wrap my mind around the fact that there are actually real, live human beings existing in 2015 whose primal outrage has been sparked not by child poverty or police brutality or famine, but by the lack of explicitly “Christian” messaging on Starbucks’ red cups. See, every year, the coffee… READ MORE »


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Today in “things people are upset about that don’t matter at all”, the new minimalist red Holiday design released by Starbucks has angered people who claim they are definitely in on some war on Christmas.

Yes that’s right, the marketing folk at Starbuck’s sat at their evil anti-Christmas chairs and frothed at the… READ MORE »


Entertainment

Who knew the PSL was rife with so much controversy? READ MORE »


Style

Uh oh: Just in time for PSL season, Starbucks has launched a new feature on the Starbucks app that lets you order and pay for your drink ahead of time, alerting you when it’s ready and letting you skip the line.

The feature was tested in Portland, and not atREAD MORE »


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What happened to just regular coffee? READ MORE »


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For just a fraction of the cost of the Apple Watch, you can now buy your mom the Mother’s Day gift she always wanted: a Starbucks gift card worth just pennies on the dollars you actually spent on it! You see, this is no ordinary Starbucks gift card — it’s a gift card made of… READ MORE »


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Starbucks announced yesterday that all full- and part-time employees of the company are eligible to receive fully-paid tuition for Arizona State University’s online bachelor’s degree program. A little under a year ago, Starbucks began offering to pay for two years’ tuition toward an ASU degree, but only for college juniors and seniors. About 2,000 employees enrolled. This… READ MORE »


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It’s been less than a week and Starbucks has already cancelled its disastrous #RaceTogether campaign. The program, which encouraged baristas to write #RaceTogether on customers’ cups — and bloggers to drink five coffees in an hour for journalism — was intended to begin dialogues that would ease racial tensions in America. Now that the program has… READ MORE »


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