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  • Green Coffee at Starbucks?
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    Starbucks aims to have fully recyclable paper cups available by 2012, and has opened its first LEED-certified store. Those are two of the highlights from the company's new corporate social responsibility report, which became available online Monday. Among the others: * The company says it'...
  • Starbucks Hopes to Regain Footing With Adjusted Prices
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  • Starbucks' Latest Designer Collab Makes Morning Coffee More Stylish
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    Unknowingly, I've become somewhat of a collector of Starbucks' designer coffee tumblers because, frankly, they're just so much chicer than any other coffee mugs I've seen. This morning the newest was introduced and (clearly) I can hardly wait to get my hands on the simple black-and-white style made with Band of Outsiders, as seen in WWD. The design might look like something melting over the rim, but it's actually inspired by Band designer Scott Sternberg's favorite colloquial term for coffee, drip. (Editor's note: I love how the word instantly makes me think of the regular, run-of-the-mill coffeemakers sitting on the kitchen counters of American homes all over.) The mugs will retail for $15 and will be available starting tomorrow. Do you like the simple-but-chic look of the cup? Do you remember some of the earlier collabs Starbucks did with brands like Alice + Olivia and Jonathan Adler?
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  • Band of Outsiders Gets Drippy With Starbucks Collaboration
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    Scott Sternberg designed paint-spattered cups.

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