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Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz literally handed over the keys of the coffee chain to his successor, COO Kevin Johnson, at the company's annual shareholders meeting.
In the United States alone, 68,000 jobs will be generated.
Microsoft allowed Toyota to access its connected car technology patents. The tech giant is also looking for more car makers to partner with.
Adobe and Microsoft will cross-roll out several services across each other's platform. The initiative is part of the companies bid to get ahead of the customer solutions business.
To celebrate its partnership with RED, Apple has released the special edition iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, and both phones comes in a vibrant red color.
Third Home luxury property and travel club will pay someone to travel and live in luxury homes around the world.
Samsung has thrown its hat into the virtual assistant wars as the company has just confirmed that its new AI, Bixby, will be included in its upcoming flagship phone, the Galaxy S8.
President Donald Trump's sons, Eric and Donald Jr., are launching a new line of mid-range hotels called Scion.
This is due to political and economic volatility.
It might soon go out of business and bring down Kmart with it.
Environmentalists cheered when Dayton Power & Light announced that it will close two coal-fired power plants. The energy company decided that it can no longer operate the plants.
Microsoft argued against an appeals court's decision to allow Xbox 360 owners to appeal the class certification dismissal of their lawsuit. Supreme Court justices may rule in favor of the tech giant.
Payless will shut down several stores as part of its reorganization plan. The company's bankruptcy declaration could lead to job loss.
A Latina woman claims that a waiter refused to serve her unless she and her friends can produce a "proof of residency" because he wanted to "make sure you're from here before I serve you."
Canadian teacher Maggie MacDonnell won the Global Teacher Prize for her work with Inuit students and for enriching the lives of the people in the remote village of Salluit in the Canadian Arctic.
Nintendo is speaking out about customers' complaints regarding the Switch's Joy-Con controllers.
The venom of Australian funnel-web spider could help stroke patients with brain damage.
Did Apple have something to do with it?
The French firm uses "Real Life Targeting" to help brick-and-mortar stores target customers.
Lyft is styling itself as a kinder alternative to top ride-sharing company Uber as it is about launch a new program which will allow riders to donate to charity.
It earned more than a whopping $600 million worldwide.
Twitter is considering a paid subscription for brands and professionals. Find out what the site's premium version will offer to its users.
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