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The international coffee chain reported losses in the UK and has paid no corporation tax since 2009 despite sales of £1.2bn, prompting renewed calls for changes to the UK tax system.
Starbucks is reviewing its tax position following talks with HMRC and a public outcry led by UK critics who say the US coffee giant isn't paying its fair share of tax.
Representatives of the three international companies are called before MPs to face charges that they were using legal but undesirable methods to minimise tax payments in the UK.
Starbucks pledges to pay around £20m in corporation tax over the next two years after being accused of "immorally" slashing its tax bill.
The current high price of coffee on commodity markets is down to "financial institutions orchestrating an unnatural acute rise" Starbucks Chief Executive Howard Schultz complains to Channel 4 News.
The giant coffee chain is turning its baristas into bar staff by offering wine and beer in a selection of US stores. But do customers really want alcohol alongside their soy decaff latte?
Is it a doughnut? Is it a muffin? No - it's a David vs Goliath trademark dispute as the owner of a small London bakery chain takes on the might of Starbucks UK over a recipe she claims as her own.
Coffee shop chain Starbucks pays £5m in corporation tax - its first such payment since 2009, the company confirms.
Introduced after the Google, Facebook and Starbucks tax scandals, new tax rules are doing very little to curb similar legal tax avoidance, it is claimed. Is public disquiet having more influence?