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Starbucks has discontinued its certified gluten-free breakfast sandwich. And, customers with celiac disease and other people who don't eat gluten are outraged and heartbroken by the decision.
Stormy Daniels’ lawyer once bought a coffee chain for $9 million with a famous Hollywood actor — and all the shops mysteriously closed ear...
Michael Avenatti, whose public profile has skyrocketed as Stormy Daniels' attorney, purchased a coffee chain called Tully's with actor Patrick Dempsey in 2013. Then, in March, all remaining Tully's locations suddenly closed.
McDonald's may be taking share away from Starbucks, Bernstein analysts wrote in a note to investors. However, the fast-food chain isn't necessarily stealing the customers looking for a cheap cup of coffee in the morning. Instead, McDonald's is taking afternoon customers.
A $25,000 robot barista serves 120 cups of coffee an hour — and it is part of a growing ‘robot revolution’ that could kill millions ...
Trendy coffee roasters including Intelligentsia, Ritual, and Equator have partnered with Cafe X Technologies to create a $25,000 robot barista. The robot, which operates as the sole barista in a San Francisco café, can make any drink you would expect at a standard trendy coffee shop.
Starbucks shares are rising in the pre-market after announcing a coffee alliance with Nestle. In the deal, Nestle will pay $7.15 billion for the right to market and distribute Starbucks products. Starbucks shareholders will see dividends increase as a result.
Cancer is everywhere. Here are 32 of the most potent, carcinogenic things you can put inside your body, breathe in, swallow, or be around. Reader beware.
Cancer is lurking in a lot of the things we consume every day. Here are 11 potentially carcinogenic things to watch out for.
It's a drug many of us depend on. And depending on how we consume it, caffeine may improve memory, boost athletic performance, and be good for the heart.
Starbucks is under fire after shocking footage emerges of 2 black men being arrested after using the restroom — and it reveals a growing problem...
Starbucks often promotes its progressive values, but it aims to create an upscale environment that sometimes excludes groups of people.
Acrylamide is considered "probably carcinogenic" by the International Agency for Research on Cancer. But is there enough of it in coffee to worry about it?