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The four coffee shops on campus aren’t among the 600 nationwide that will be shuttered.
Music industry's digital woes deepen, with layoffs at EMI labels.
Starbucks is losing out as java junkies prefer the organic stuff from Green Mountain Coffee Roasters.
Today's business headlines.
The secret turns out to be a new kind of coffee.
Coffee company tells customers to be at stores at noon EST Tuesday.
New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson, a former Democratic presidential candidate himself, will endorse Barack Obama for president today. In a statement released on Thursday, Richardson wrote: "I believe [Obama] is the kind of once-in-a-lifetime leader that can bring our nation together and restore America's moral leadership in the world."
Do you find them offensive or appealing?
Starbucks's new ad campaign draws mixed reactions.
An author learns the tricks of popular retailers by going to work for them.