Starbucks Will Stop Selling Newspapers in September
As company adapts to “changing customer behavior”
If you enjoy going to your local Starbucks and sitting down to read The New York Times, the Wall Street Journal or USA Today, you will have to bring your own, starting sometime in September. The Seattle-based coffee company is taking newspapers off the menu, reports The New York Times. Starbucks currently carries newspapers at more than 8,600 U.S. locations. This change will not impact non-company operated Starbucks stores, like those in hotels and airports, says Starbucks spokesperson Sanja Gould.
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