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Starbucks Workers in Santa Cruz Have Formed California’s First Unionized Stores

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2 Northern California Starbucks Stores Could Become First in the State to Unionize

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Taco Bell’s Drag Brunch Tour Struts into Wrigleyville

Starbucks Is Raising Wages and Increasing Benefits — But Not at Unionized Stores 

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Two Los Angeles Area Starbucks Locations Could Be the Next to Unionize

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A Starbucks in Augusta Becomes the First to Unionize in Georgia

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Bartender-Loathed Summer Festival Draws More Controversy

How Scared Is Howard Schultz of the Starbucks Union Wave?

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How Starbucks Workers Unionizing Could Inspire Other Chains to Organize

What happens at Starbucks could be groundbreaking for the food industry

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What a Surge in Union Organizing Means for Food and Farm Workers

More and more Starbucks locations are announcing intentions to unionize amid a historic movement in the food industry

Starbucks’ Howard Schultz Returns as CEO Amid Union Wave

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Tracking the Starbucks Unionization Wave

Everything You Should Know About the Starbucks Union Wave

Workers at more than 100 Starbucks locations have petitioned to unionize — and momentum is growing

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Chicago May Lift Mask and Vax Mandates Ahead of Schedule

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Chicago Black Restaurant Week 2022 Launches on Sunday

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South Side Collaborations Help Chicago’s Black-Owned Restaurants Stay Viable Through Pandemic Changes

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Workers at a Second Chicago Starbucks Petition For Union Recognition

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The Starbucks Union Push Arrives in Chicago

A Loop cafe becomes the first Starbucks in the Midwest to join the growing labor organizing effort

Inside the Starbucks Collectors Cup Market, Where a Single Tumbler Can Sell for Nearly $2K

The pandemic and social media have fostered an intense level of commitment from collectors, as well as fraudsters creating fake cups

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How Starbucks and Colectivo Coffee Workers Rode a New Wave of Labor Organizing

For a Newly Unionized Starbucks in Buffalo, the Future Looks Grand(e)

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As COVID-19 Cases Creep Up, Chicago’s Mask Mandate Will Remain for Restaurants and Bars

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Oprah Names a Chicago Meal Kit and Food Tech Company to her 2021 Favorite Things List

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Starbucks Employees in Upstate New York Rally to Form the Chain’s First Union

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Starbucks to Close Princi Bakery Bars in Chicago and Seattle

This Fall, Chains Are Trying to Make Apple Stuff Happen

The Pandemic Is No Match for the Pumpkin Spice Latte

In Trying Times, Americans Look to Our True Leaders — Chain Restaurants — for Guidance

Starbucks, McDonald’s, and Chipotle all have in-store mask policies and guidance, which is more than the federal government can say

Starbucks Will Now Allow Employees to Wear Black Lives Matter Clothing and Accessories [Updated]

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Starbucks Plans to Reopen 90 Percent of Stores for Mobile Ordering by June

Starbucks Goes Drive-Thru Only in Response to Coronavirus Pandemic

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Black Employees Make Less Than White Employees at Airport Starbucks, Pay Study Finds

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