Starbucks: No Purchase Necessary to Access Stores
Coffee giant Starbucks says anyone is welcome to sit in its cafes or use its restrooms, even if they don't buy anything, according to a new policy announced over the weekend.
Chinese Companies Fight for Data Storage Business
Chinese companies have begun competing with Western companies in the cloud computing and data storage market.
Technology Is Reshaping Fashion Industry
Technology is changing almost every industry, including fashion.
Trump Accuses Harley-Davidson of Quitting on America
President Donald Trump on Tuesday accused motorcycle maker Harley-Davidson of quitting on the United States by moving more of its manufacturing overseas to avoid hefty new European Union tariffs on its bikes made in the U.S.
Experience' Tourism Brings New Travelers to Africa
Travel industry leaders say African tourism is moving away from traditional safaris and group tours and closer to the idea of "experiences."
No Immigrant Workers, No Crab Meat
Olivia Rubio does the hard, tedious work of extracting crab meat on Hooper's Island on Maryland's Eastern Shore.
Facebook Checks Its Bias
When Facebook recently said it would allow outside reviewers inside its platform to look for signs of racial or political bias, civil liberties and human rights activists politely applauded.
People Work, Make Connections at Silicon Valley Café
Coupa Café is a restaurant where, over the years, Apple’s Steve Jobs, Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg and Google’s Sergey Brin have been seen.
American Businesses Look to Space
The United States government is trying to help private companies in their efforts to use space for business purposes.
Made in New York' Incentives for Fashion Designers
Many of the world’s most respected designers create their fashions in New York City.
What Happened to General Electric?
This week, General Electric was officially removed from the Dow Jones Industrial Average, a leading measure of stock prices for major American businesses.
Will Robot Baristas Replace Traditional Cafes?
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There has been a long tradition of making and drinking coffee across cultures and continents.
US Patent and Trademark Office Issues 10-Millionth Patent
The United States has issued its 10 millionth patent. President George Washington signed the first almost 228 years ago.
Many Internships Offer a Direct Path to Jobs
A survey recently found that Facebook pays its interns $8,000 a month, more than any other American company.
Forbes: Trump’s Wealth Suffers Major Drop Since Presidency
President Donald Trump’s wealth saw a major drop in the last year, mainly because some of his properties decreased in value.
Americans Go Crazy for Ramps in the Spring
The spring season brings warm weather, flowers and other changes for people to enjoy.
Somali Fishermen Struggle to Compete with Foreign Fishing Boats
Each morning, fishermen in the Somali port of Bosaso pull in their catch of tuna, marlin, and other fish.
Disney Magic: Room Powered by Wireless Electricity
The Walt Disney Company has built a room that it says can wirelessly power and charge any devices inside it.
Jeff Bezos: the World's First 100-Billion-Dollar-Man
Over the past 12 months, an American businessman became the world’s first 100-billion-dollar man.
Dakar Fashion Week Brings Clothing Style ‘Back Where It Belongs’
Fashion Week is a clothing industry event held in several major cities around the world that brings attention to clothing design and products.