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Starbucks cafe’s COVID outbreak spared employees who wore masks
After a woman with the coronavirus visited a Starbucks cafe north of Seoul this month, more than two dozen patrons tested positive days later....
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The little luxuries people can’t give up—even in a pandemic
Before the pandemic, Levi Fedley would bike to one of Melbourne’s famous laneway cafes, sit down with the perfect cup of coffee and watch the world go by.
The world is drinking less coffee while office workers stay home
In a work-from-home world, hitting the local cafe for a daily caffeine fix has become a ritual of the now-forgotten past. And no matter how much kitchen brewing consumers take up, that just can’t seem to make up for the demand blow.
Nestle seals deal to market Starbucks coffee
Zurich, Switzerland -- Nespresso maker Nestle on Tuesday said it has sealed a deal to market the products of US coffee giant Starbucks around...
Starbucks boycott? Nike shutdown? China holds trade war leverage
America’s corporate bosses could be excused if they don’t agree with President Donald Trump’s boasts that a trade war is “ easy to win.”...
Starbucks to open 5th store in Davao City
DAVAO CITY — Coffee chain Starbucks is planning to open its fifth store in the city within the year. “We are planning on opening a...
Starbucks store distribution: A proxy for purchasing power?
South African firms bet on coffee and donuts despite slowdown
JOHANNESBURG -- A fortnight after the first Starbucks in South Africa opened in a trendy Johannesburg district, queues still snaked onto the pavement, a...
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