The New York Times ran an article last week about the growing trend of thieves targeting customers enjoying a cup of coffee at Starbucks. While there is little doubt that bad guys can and do strike
Starbucks introduced sports media giant ESPN and Marvel Comics among the new partners supplying content to the in-store multimedia platform the coffeehouse colossus rolled out last October. The
As a CIO you are bombarded with advice on becoming a better manager, but how do you really know what kind of manager you are to begin with? You could start by taking a quiz put together by
Coffeehouse colossus Starbucks launched mobile payment services across its 6,800 company-operated U.S. stores and over 1,000 Target locations, enabling iPhone and BlackBerry users to fund in-store
Coffee giant Starbucks expanded its Starbucks Card Mobile payment trial to close to 300 company-operated stores across New York City and Long Island, enabling local consumers to purchase beverages
Rumors are bubbling about the next version of Windows, and Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) CEO Steve Ballmer fanned the flames last week when he called the upcoming OS the company's "riskiest product bet."
A week ago in this space, I speculated on the retail brands most likely to someday enter the mobile app store thunderdome, and although my list didn't include Starbucks, it should have. After all,
Coffeehouse colossus Starbucks introduced the Starbucks Digital Network, an in-store multimedia platform slated to go live across nearly 6,800 U.S. company-operated locations on Oct. 20. Optimized
If your company's road warriors like to duck into Starbucks or McDonalds to get a little work done online, make sure they're not sending any unprotected company data over the stores' Wi-Fi systems.
Starbucks said it will introduce free WiFi access throughout all of its 6,700 stores nationwide on July 1, following McDonald's move in January to eliminate fees for WiFi. AT&T (NYSE: T) owns the