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Starbucks opens 'silent cafe' in China

Fourteen of the 30 staff at the shop, located in Yuexiu district and officially opened over the weekend, are hearing impaired. The shop has a specially-designed ordering system that allows people to place orders without saying a word.

New coffees, delivery push fuel Starbucks quarterly sales, profit view

The coffee chain has also been beefing up its delivery network in its second biggest market, China, to more than 2,100 stores in 35 cities by teaming up with Alibaba Group Holding Ltd .

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Delhi: Gun goes off inside Starbucks, man held

Police said the accused, identified as Anil Kumar, who is a businessman dealing in copper at Ghaziabad’s Tronica City, was leaving from the outlet after a meeting when the revolver fell out of his pocket and accidentally went off.

Starbucks to launch first all-day dining cafe in China

The coffee chain, which now operates more than 3,700 stores in 158 cities in China, is seeing slower growth in the country, with transactions down 2 percent in its first quarter.

Democrats fear Donald Trump re-election if ex-Starbucks CEO Schultz runs

The pushback in the early days of the 2020 campaign reflects the intensity Democrats are bringing to the race. The party is singularly focused on retaking the White House and anxious about any hurdle that would prevent them from seizing on Trump's unpopularity.

Starbucks stores across India are selling coffee for Rs 100

On October 6, Starbucks stores across India will serve you coffee only for Rs 100. So, are you going to hit a Starbucks store near you and treat yourself to a latte or two?

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Sued by Starbucks, SardarBuksh says we will be Sardarji-Bakhsh

In July, Seattle-based Starbucks filed a law suit in the High Court against the local chain for differentially copying the company’s name as well as their logo — the two-tailed mermaid — for illegally promoting their product.

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Brands are not emulated only from West to East. It has also worked in the reverse direction.

What's the hype about Starbucks' Pumpkin Spiced Latte that Indians can't stop talking about

Describing it as a drink "sprinkled with some pumpkin spice and a swish of magic", Starbucks India tweeted about its arrival in India this fall.

How Starbucks is banking on a partnership with Alibaba to sell more coffee in China

Starbucks flagged in June that it was pursuing such a tie-up after reporting a sudden slowdown in China sales growth, which it blamed partly on a crackdown on third-party delivery firms that had previously helped drive orders at its cafes.

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