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Starbucks Workers at a Second Las Vegas Location File to Unionize

Starbucks Workers Head Into Their Biggest Strike Ever

The Hottest Trend of 2022: Worker Strikes

From major chains like Starbucks to mom-and-pop spots, 2022 was a big year for worker-led labor action

Starbucks Workers Hit the Company Where It Hurts: Red Cup Day

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A Las Vegas Starbucks Store Becomes the First in Nevada to File for a Union Election

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Starbucks’s Alleged Union-Busting Tactics Inspire a Tabletop Game

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Starbucks’s Alleged Union-Busting Tactics Inspire a Tabletop Game

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Starbucks Workers Claim Chicago Shop’s Closure Is Union Retaliation

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Starbucks Wants You to Drink Its Coffee So You Can Earn Delta SkyMiles

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Brookline Starbucks Union Returns to Work After Months-Long Strike

What’s the Point of Starbucks Now?

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Mockingbird Station Starbucks Passes Unanimous Vote to Unionize [Updated]

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Did Starbucks Really Close 6 LA Locations Because It Was Concerned About Worker Safety?

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Unionized Workers at a Brookline Starbucks Are Striking for Better Working Conditions

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Maple & Ash Investors File Lawsuit Against Owners Who Are Already Suing Each Other

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New Illinois Law Bans Delivery Apps From Sharing Restaurant Menus Without Written Permission

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Starbucks Union Elections in Chicago See Mixed Results

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Taste of Chicago Returns to Grant Park, Expands to Three South and West Side Neighborhoods

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NLRB Alleges Starbucks Harassed and Threatened Unionizing Workers in Santa Cruz

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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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