Sec 377: The taste of freedom, in sandwiches and squids
Restaurants have served as meeting places for LGBT people who have problems meeting in homes or other spaces.
Starbucks posts slowest sales growth in India in last fiscal
Tata Starbucks clocked net sales of Rs 272 crore, a growth of 14 per cent, durin...
Rs 81 crore for Chaayos from SAIF Partners, others
Chaayos has over 52 stores across Delhi-NCR, Chandigarh and Mumbai, having added 25 stores...
Chennai leads retail realty growth in H1 2018
International, as well as domestic retail players, were active in the leasing space during the period.
Chennai leads retail space growth in first half
India’s top seven cities witnessed an addition of about 1.9 million sq ft of fresh supply led by Chennai, Hyderabad and the National Capital Region (NCR), showed CBRE South Asia report.
Coke brews an instant coffee rivalry with $5.1 billion Costa buy
Costa Coffee in India is operated by rival PepsiCo’s biggest & long-standing bottling partner RJ Corp
Did you know eBay founder Pierre Omidyar earned $6 an hour in high school for coding?
The philanthropist top boss' fascination with computers began early.
Always order a cappuccino? Try a flat white instead next time
Starbucks introduced flat white in their India outlets in 2015. Costa Coffee, Di Bella and lots of restaurants have it on their hot beverages menu.
Seven small steps that can help you save lakhs in 10 years
From cutting down on caffeine to being more energy efficient, here are some cost-cutting measures that can help you accumulate a tidy sum.
Brad Pitt charged Ryan Reynolds a cup of coffee for 'Deadpool 2'
Pitt made a surprising appearance as The Vanisher in the film.
Why do we remain suckers for straws?
Starbucks became the biggest organisation so far to announce it will become plastic straw-less, but gives itself till 2020 to do so.
Startup Drunken Monkey offers customers a wide range of smoothies
The startup has created 170 varieties of smoothies, made from locally-sourced, natural ingredients, without preservatives.
Will Keventers' formula work as it looks for a pan-India presence?
Keventers is conforming to classic marketing theory which dictates profits are to be made moving a product from an unbranded to a branded space.
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