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And that includes part-time employees, too.
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Questions remain about the altercation that led to his death.
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Fake news invades the world of lattes....
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The shopping mall tea chain has 56 locations in Canada.
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Don't know about you, but I'm really loving the fact that U.S. citizens and CEOs (in ever increasing numbers) are standing up to Donald Trump, calling him out, defying him and fighting back. And it doesn't look like they have any plans to give up any time soon.
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"The civility and human rights we have all taken for granted for so long are under attack.''
Companies that have mastered the art of social media. From the AOL Partner Studio
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When it comes to real estate, the "Starbucks Effect" has become a well-known phenomenon. The premise is that if the popular coffee shop opens its doors in a neighbourhood, it's a sure sign that the area has arrived.
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Might we suggest you change your order?
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Said to cause "mouth lacerations."
Starbucks' new dress code goes into effect immediately.
Get out your Starbucks cards, everyone — there's a new drink in town. On Tuesday, the coffee company debuted a new drink in Canada and the U.S.: the Iced Coconut Milk Mocha Macchiato. (Phew. What a mo...
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The explosion of emojis has changed texting and digital communications, but how useful are they in business? While some industries are waiting to see if this animated and emotional trend will blow over, retail marketers are embracing emojis as a new way to engage potential and repeat customers and increase sales.
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Starbucks considers the lawsuit to be without merit.
I thought it was just a random idiot, an anecdotal experience I could laugh at but not take too seriously. And then it happened again. And then it kept on happening. Strangers, sometimes men (but mostly women), would make off the cuff comments about me staying home to take care of my kid.
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There you are standing in the Starbucks line, stifling a guffaw as the chump in front of you orders a Frappuccino with whipped cream. Why so smug? Well, because you have cracked the secret to enjoying delicious Starbuck's beverages that are actually healthy. That's right, your matcha tea latte with soy milk is delicious and it's going to help you look amazing in that bathing suit too. But hold on a second -- what if your latte isn't the health tonic you assume it is?
Pass the truffle popcorn.
Ontario wines and local brews will be among the selection.
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Starbucks says it will use refrigerated vans to pick up unsold food from its 7,600 U.S. company-operated stores and distribute it through food banks.
They've got an awful lot of coffee in Italy already, and they love and drink it in their own style: typically, espresso gulped down quickly, served not with a cruller, but a cornetto or biscotto. So a big non si fa came to mind when I considered the idea of Starbucks in Italy. That is, until I thought about the power of the brand, something not to be trivialized.
People who spend around $5 or less per visit won't get as many freebies.
Impatient caffeine addicts, rejoice.
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A customer confronted her at a drive-thru in this dramatic video.
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You'll want to watch how she pulls off the Christmas tree in a cup
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Young people represent a vital and untapped resource for Canadian business, but many employers don't have clear strategies to recruit, train and retain them.
Tim Hortons has received some negative publicity of late over reports it sends recyclable materials straight to landfills. And now comes word the chain is removing china mugs from some of its location...
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"Starbucks removed Christmas from their cups because they hate Jesus."
As winter approaches and the trees are losing their leaves, there's no better time to take a good look at the season passing us by: Pumpkin Spice Season. While it tends to be a love-it-or-hate-it flavour, there's a lot that marketers can learn from the pumpkin spice phenomenon.
Simplicity is the word this year.