Starbucks Unveils 2018 Holiday Cups, New Holiday TreatsStarbucks has been introducing new holiday cups each fall since 1997.
IBM Wants To Make Coffee-Delivering Drones That Monitor You At WorkIBM has filed an application with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for their idea of a camera-equipped drone that hovers over you, watching your pupil dilation and facial expressions to judge if you need more coffee.
Study: 4 Cups Of Coffee Could Protect Your HeartGerman researchers say caffeine promotes the movement of a regulatory protein that can protect cardiovascular cells from damage.
65,000 Coffee Bean Cans Recalled, Lids Can 'Detach Suddenly'Coffee producer Illy has recalled 65,000 cans of their whole coffee beans after finding that the lids could burst off and injure customers.
Judge Rules That Coffee Requires Cancer WarningCoffee sellers will have to post ominous warnings in California because each cup contains a chemical linked to cancer, a judge ruled.
After 127 Studies, Experts Say Coffee Is Healthy For Everyone Except Pregnant WomenA recent review of 127 separate studies, published in Annual Reviews, found that coffee was not only good for the body but also had a small chance to reduce the development of certain cancers.
London Bus To Run On Fuel Made Of CoffeeBritish startup company bio-bean has created a coffee-based biofuel that will power some of London's famous red, double-decker buses.
Drinking More Coffee Lowers Risk Of Death, Study SaysA new study says having an extra cup isn't just a good idea but may be healthy for you too.
Starbucks Will Hire 2,500 Refugees To Work In European Coffee ShopsStarbucks plans to hire 2,500 refugees to work in its European stores within five years as part of a global commitment, the coffee chain confirmed this week.
Dunkin' Donuts To Give Away Free Frozen CoffeeDunkin' Donuts is giving away cups of their new frozen coffee for free.
Drinking Coffee May Help You Live Longer, Study FindsA study conducted by Stanford Medicine has found that drinking coffee can help you live longer.
Coffee Removed From List Of Carcinogens, 'Very Hot' Beverages Are ThreatThe World Health Organization has decided to no longer classify the world’s favorite morning pick-me-up as a carcinogen.