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Starbucks hikes prices on coffee, espresso, tea lattes

Starbucks hikes prices on coffee, espresso, tea lattes

The announcement comes a day after Starbucks announced it would boost the base pay of all employees and store managers at the same stores by 5 percent or more. Starbucks is increasing the prices on some of its drinks. There's a good chance the cost of your favorite Starbucks beverage is going up. Shares of Starbucks (SBUX) are advancing 0.59% to $56.65 in pre-market trading Tuesday as the coffee giant raised prices on some of its beverages.


Losing to Ronaldo again sucks, says Griezmann

Losing to Ronaldo again sucks, says Griezmann

Ronaldo spent much of the second half and extra-time acting as an effective assistant manager , giving instructions from the bench, and Soares praised this as beneficial to the players. "All these years, we have not been able to win anything even though we had players like Figo (Luis) and Rui (Costa) and a more talented squad". "He gave me strength and positive energy".



Dangers of popular new Pokémon GO app

Either they can create an account with Pokemon Trainer Club or sign in using their Google accounts . The game, which marries a classic 20-year old franchise with augmented reality , allows players to walk around real-life neighborhoods while seeking virtual Pokemon game characters on their smartphone screens - a scavenger hunt that has earned enthusiastic early reviews.


Stocks gain, putting S&P 500 on track for record high close

Stocks gain, putting S&P 500 on track for record high close

The Dow Jones industrial average is forecast at 18,200 by year end, up 4.5 percent from 2015's close but slightly below Monday's close of 18,226.93. Technology and industrial companies rose the most in midday trading Monday, while traditional safe-play stocks like utilities and phone companies fell.


Boeing, Airbus offer rosy outlooks for aircraft demand

Boeing, Airbus offer rosy outlooks for aircraft demand

European aerospace giant Airbus scored the first big win at the Farnborough airshow, which opened Monday facing global economic headwinds triggered by Brexit. The airline, a subsidiary of state-backed China Southern Airlines Co, already had 737 Maxs on order and operates an all-Boeing fleet. "We may need it, there's no benefit of not having many possibilities", he said on the sidelines of the Farnborough Airshow.


US stocks at new record, earnings key for more gains

US stocks at new record, earnings key for more gains

The technology-focused index is still negative for the year and would have to gain almost 5% to regain the closing high it reached last July. Technology and industrial companies rose the most in midday trading Monday, while traditional safe-play stocks like utilities and phone companies fell.