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Facebook under more pressure over hate speech -- Unilever, Coca-Cola, Hershey, Starbucks and Honda say they are pausing advertising on social media platforms including Facebook over hate speech.

Unilever, Coca-Cola, Hershey, Starbucks and Honda say they are pausing advertising on social media platforms including Facebook over hate speech.

USA Today - Technology - 3 days ago

From Dalgona coffee to cake and cookies, people are turning to comfort food during lockdown

Cooped up at home during the pandemic, consumers have been taking to their favorite comfort food, boosting sales of products like instant coffee, biscuits and chocolates.

CNBC - World - 8 days ago

Starbucks Teaming Up With Black Partner Network To Make Custom BLM Shirts After Dramatic Policy Reversal

The Starbucks Corporation has not only reversed their earlier policy which banned employees from wearing Black Lives Matter clothing, they’re not working with designers to create custom shirts ...

Inquisitr - Business - 22 days ago

Starbucks Reverses Stance, Will Allow Employees To Wear Black Lives Matter Gear

On Friday, Starbucks stated that they would allow employees to wear gear that advocates for the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement, CNBC reported. This is a reversal from their previous stance, which ...

Inquisitr - Business - 22 days ago

Starbucks tells its employees not to show support for Black Lives Matter at work. Really? | Elizabeth Wellington

Starbucks banned baristas from wearing clothing and accessories that show support for the Black Lives Matters movement. Here's why that matters.

The Philadelphia Inquirer - Opinion - 22 days ago

Starbucks set for $4.4b fallout from pandemic

Companies & Markets News -NEW YORK • Starbucks expects the coronavirus pandemic to reduce sales this quarter by as much as US$3.2 billion (S$4.4 billion), dragging down the coffee chain's performance

The Straits Times - Business - 23 days ago

Colorado Restaurant C&C Coffee And Kitchen Temporarily Loses License After Crowds Pack Inside On Mother's Day

The governor of Colorado has suspended the license of a Castle Rock restaurant after Mother’s Day crowds packed their dining room, no one was practicing social distancing, and only one person ...

Inquisitr - Health - 1 month ago

Business Fallout: Starbucks limits access, Target raises pay

MAR 20, 2020 - Less than three months ago came the first reports of cases of pneumonia related to a virus first detected in Wuhan, China. The outbreak of the virus that causes COVID-19 has caused...

Oklahoman - Top Stories - 3 months ago

No reusable cups: Starbucks will temporarily pause the use of personal cups over coronavirus fears

MAR 5, 2020 - Starbucks is temporarily restricting the use of reusable, personal mugs in stores because of the coronavirus, the company announced Wednesday.In an open letter posted on the company’s...

Oklahoman - US News - 3 months ago