We've finally had the last straw with plastic straws.
Business from small-time cafés to conglomerates like Starbucks and American Airlines to even entire states like California are pledging to ban single-use straws in an effort to become more
Don't worry, adult video aficionados. Even though Starbucks will soon begin filtering porn for customers using the chain's in-store WiFi network, Pornhub has a workaround so you can still get your kicks while you sip your grande mocha.
If you've been pairing your peppermint mocha at Starbucks with a little porn, your time is up.
As of 2019, folks won't be able to use the coffee chain's public WiFI to watch porn, as first reported by Business Insider.
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Cold weather season is hot coffee season. Everyone knows it's easier to get out of a warm bed when you have a hot cappuccino waiting for you.
But waiting in line for 30 minutes at Starbucks every morning and forking over $20 (or more) a week
Starbucks took a big step toward inclusivity today by opening its first "Signing Store" for Deaf and hard-of-hearing customers in the United States.
The new Starbucks opened on Tuesday in Washington D.C., right next to Gallaudet University —
Over the past few years, both restaurants and cities have begun to ban the use of plastic straws. Just a few weeks ago, Starbucks made headlines by announcing its plans to eliminate plastic straws by 2020.
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Recent news that Starbucks has partnered with Microsoft, the International Exchange, and a few other companies to launch a cryptocurrency venture called Bakkt has fueled reports that Starbucks is getting ready to start accepting Bitcoin in its
Get ready for an entirely new Starbucks experience in the U.S.
The coffee company announced Thursday that it will open the first U.S. store to be run in American Sign Language (ASL). The store will begin welcoming customers in Washington, D.C
Australians, you'll be sipping your thickshake through a paper straw at McDonald's pretty soon — plastic straws are out.
One week after Starbucks announced it would phase out plastic straws by 2020, McDonald's has unveiled similar plans to
There is a debate taking place online in reaction to the plastic straw bans spreading across the U.S., Canada, and Europe.
As various cities and companies ban plastic straws, advocates for people with disabilities have taken to social media to voice
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