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After 25,000 Stores in 78 Countries, Starbucks Turns to Italy

After 25,000 Stores in 78 Countries, Starbucks Turns to Italy

Starbucks will open its first outlet in Italy on Friday, finally daring to sell its American take on coffee in the home of espresso. The chain will open Milan roastery where it will forgo Frappuccinos.

Published 3 months ago

Democratic Activists Target Another Incumbent: Delaware Sen. Tom Carper

Democratic Activists Target Another Incumbent: Delaware Sen. Tom Carper

Delaware Democrats will decide on Thursday if three-term Sen. Tom Carper becomes the latest lawmaker toppled by an activist base impatient to resist President Trump.

Published 3 months ago

Goldman Sachs dropped from auction of £109bn Lloyds portfolio

Goldman Sachs dropped from auction of £109bn Lloyds portfolio

US group’s Marcus bank is now seen as a direct competitor

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CBS in Talks With Redstone Family’s National Amusements To Settle Litigation

CBS in Talks With Redstone Family’s National Amusements To Settle Litigation

CBS is in talks with Shari Redstone and her family’s holding company, National Amusements, to settle their litigation over control of the broadcaster.

Published 3 months ago

India Supreme Court legalises gay sex

India Supreme Court legalises gay sex

Ruling marks victory for LGBT community after lengthy battle against discrimination

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SEC’s Stock Trading Experiment Cost Investors Over $300 Million, Study Finds

SEC’s Stock Trading Experiment Cost Investors Over $300 Million, Study Finds

The regulator’s move to increase the ‘tick size’ of trading in hundreds of stocks was designed to encourage initial public offerings.

Published 3 months ago

After 25,000 Stores in 78 Countries, Starbucks Turns to Italy

After 25,000 Stores in 78 Countries, Starbucks Turns to Italy

Starbucks will open its first outlet in Italy on Friday, finally daring to sell its American take on coffee in the home of espresso. The chain will open Milan roastery where it will forgo Frappuccinos.

Published 3 months ago

Ukraine: On the front line of Europe’s forgotten war

Ukraine: On the front line of Europe’s forgotten war

After four years, and 10,000 deaths, the conflict with Russia in the east of the country has slipped off the west’s political agenda

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Poland threatens EIB capital plan with demand for bigger role

Poland threatens EIB capital plan with demand for bigger role

Warsaw keen for more EU influence after Brexit as economic importance grows

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Japan earthquake buries homes and cuts power

Japan earthquake buries homes and cuts power

Dozens missing after 6.7 magnitude tremor hits northern island of Hokkaido

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Why big companies squander good ideas

Why big companies squander good ideas

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Lehman insider: why the bank could and should have been saved

Lehman insider: why the bank could and should have been saved

The former chief administrative officer considers the argument for a bailout

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Super-prime houses auctioned off with no reserve

Super-prime houses auctioned off with no reserve

Once associated with distressed sales, auctions are now popular among the impatient super-rich

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White House Searches for Anonymous Inside Critic

White House Searches for Anonymous Inside Critic

White House aides launched a search for the anonymous author of an opinion column claiming to be part of a secret group of officials inside the administration acting as a check on President Trump’s “worst inclinations.”

Published 3 months ago

Kim Jong Un and South Korean President to Meet Again This Month

Kim Jong Un and South Korean President to Meet Again This Month

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is “unequivocally committed to denuclearization” but feels constrained by international doubts about his motives, South Korea’s national security adviser said.

Published 3 months ago