Facebook elevates Indian-origin executive to head Workplace
Workplace, the London-based Facebook division, is a communications tool for companies and businesses.
Love checks-in on Twitter: How Zomato, OYO, Starbucks celebrated Section 377 ruling
Companies joined the country in celebrating love on Twitt...
Starbucks to close 8,000 US stores for racial tolerance training
Starbucks announced that it will provide training materials for non-company workers at the roughly 6,000 licensed Starbucks cafes that will remain open in locations such as grocery store...
Patanjali effect: Aam panna can get to sit with Tetley and Starbucks
Ramdev's Patanjali Ayurved — a small pharmacy that grew into an FMCG giant in just a decade — has forced even big MNCs to sell desi brands.
Nestle forays in small appliances category
Nestle is in the process of rolling out app-based coffee machines, which it will sell through non-FMCG distribution channels as well.
After tax googly, Complan may end up in Coke bottle
The world’s largest beverage co is now the frontrunner to buy the consumer brand portfolio of Kraft Heinz.
Wall Street snaps three-day rally as Apple falls, trade optimism fades
Apple Inc tumbled 6.6 percent, sending its market value below $1 trillion at the close.
Tata Global Beverages Q2 net up 19% at Rs 184 cr
Tata Global Beverages saw volume growth of close to double digit in India during the quarter.
Café Coffee Day aims to have a network of 2,500 stores in 7-8 years
Café Coffee Day, popularly known as CCD, would add around 100 stores every year focusing on the metro markets. Besides and also look to tap the opportunities coming out from the tier II and tier III places.
Oyo, Apax join race for significant stake in CCD
The company in August had launched a coffee chain – The French Press. SoftBank-backed Oyo is looking to expand in the café business for some time, and CCD’s already established outlets across 200 cities could be a major boost. Oyo is the only strategic investor — in a similar line of business — to have submitted a bid.
Starbucks expects India to be among its top 5 markets globally
Starbucks operates in 28,000 stores across 75 markets in the world and India is one of the most important markets that we operate in.
Starbucks launches mobile payment features
The mobile app offers card registration feature, enables balance transfer from one card to another and allows transaction history to be viewed.
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