A Starbucks breakeven in FY19 to lift Tata Global
The goods and services tax (GST) was reduced from 18 per cent to 5 per cent.
Tata Starbucks appoints new CEO
Navin Gurnaney will replace Sumitro Ghosh who will returns to the US parent company after a three-year stint.
Tata Starbucks to use only fully compostable/recyclable items from next World Environment Day: CEO
The company Thursday said it hopes to achi...
Starbucks opens first sign language store in US
At the store, all staff -- most of them deaf or hard-of-hearing themselves -- are required to communicate with customers using sign language.
After 'Neverland’: Starbucks removes Michael Jackson from official playlists; LV says docu caused 'the greatest pain'
England's National Football Museum also removed a statue of the singer.
Where did it go? HBO erases takeaway coffee cup from 'GoT' episode after it creates online stir
In an under-the-radar move, the cup was removed from the shot on HBO Go.
Storm in a coffee mug: Starbucks versus Sardarbuksh
Delhi chain Sardarbuksh sued by US coffee giant may be renamed Sardarji-Buksh if HC rules against it.
Sued by Starbucks, Indian coffee chain changes name
However, SardarBuksh will not change its logo which like Starbuck's is a circle of green and black with a figure at the centre.
KKR, Apax Partners in race to buy significant stake in CCD
KKR and Apax Partners are now conducting due diligence of the coffee chain as they are the only ones left in the race for stake in CCD. "After an analysis, the company (CDEL) had arrived at an amount that needs to be invested if CCD were to survive and those who opted out were not willing to commit the requisite amount," said a person involved.
Mark Minervini sees global markets moving higher, little chance of recession
3-month T-Bill versus 10-year is inverted but not all the yield curves are inverted, says Minervini.
Starbucks India dumps plastic in line with global commitment
While the change involved an initial cost and impacted the economics a bit, it would be offset over time with volumes, Ghosh said. “We are trying to be ahead of the curve on environment.
How this startup relies on word-of-mouth marketing to build a tea brand
When startups increasingly rely on social media marketing to get an edge, Tea Time is doggedly pursuing the path of letting its happy customers be its brand ambassadors.
Did you know Starbucks got its name from Moby Dick?
The coffee chain was originally going to be called either Cargo House or Pequod.
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