In what is probably not a surprise to anyone, Starbucks' mobile app is the most popular among several well-known restaurant loyalty rewards apps, according to a new survey from The Manifest. The Manifest, which is a business news and how-to-guide...
Starbucks has gone cashless at one location in downtown Seattle as the coffee giant experiments with a growing trend among fast casual chains in the U.S. The Seattle Times first made the discovery and reported that Starbucks is testing the concept at only one store.
Starbucks now is enabling Apple Watch users to reload their Starbucks Card account from within the coffee retailer's app for the device, according to a report at 9to5 Mac. Apple Watch owners could always pay with the Starbucks app on...
Church's Chicken offers up a unique feature in its mobile app: a curated music playlist.
Alipay is now available as a payment method for mainland Chinese tourists at all 242 Starbucks branches across Malaysia, according to a press release. Chinese tourists can find the nearest Starbucks location in Malaysia through the in-app Discovery platform, and...
As retailers and restaurants consider whether to deploy new consumer offerings such as a loyalty program, branded app or mobile payments, executives must consider whether such efforts help them acquire more customers to get them into storefronts more often while coaxing them to spend more money.
Do consumers see the value in every self-checkout option available to them from different restaurants and retailers?
The company soon will roll out its mobile order-ahead service to 600 locations throughout the West Coast.
United States consumers made $1.3 billion in mobile payments in 2013 and the coffee retailer accounted for over 90 percent of those purchases.
Executives gathered at the National Restaurant Association Show last month to discuss growing trend.
Retailers have asked the coffee giant about white-labeling its successful app.
Tech companies and national retailers have approached Starbucks about whether the coffee giant would consider licensing or white-labeling its successful mobile application, CEO Howard Schultz revealed yesterday during the company's earnings call. Schultz reiterated the consideration this morning on CNBC....
Smartwatches, bracelets and even glasses are changing how we pay and access financial information.
Consumer uptake of mobile payments will be directly related to the added value received from using mobile wallets.
Digital initiatives will help coffee chain navigate changing retail landscape, CEO says during earnings call.
This week Computer World reported that the Starbucks mobile payment app — which has been widely embraced by consumers — stores passwords, user names and email addresses in plain text. Now the Seattle-based coffee chain said it has released a...
Bloomberg News has reported that the payments startup Square Inc. has authorized a tender offer of 1 million shares at $135.28 per share.
Starbucks today launched a new way for customers to gift coffee — the tweet-a-coffee program. U.S.
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