- When Peter Dukes helped invent the Pumpkin Spice Latte in 2003, he had no idea that the drink would become an icon — and a symbol of what it means to be “basic.”
- Today, Dukes said he doesn’t think too much about the Pumpkin Spice Latte’s reputation. But, if people having fun with the drink means it is basic, “so be it,” he said.
One of the richest veins of manganese in North America is in the city of Emily’s backyard.
Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. has signed a deal to buy the Joslyn oilsands project for $225 million from Total SA and its partners.
Becoming a parent can show you how much time you wasted being idle before having kids.
Baker Hughes reported a 4-rig increase to the number of active oil and gas rigs in the United States on Friday. Oil and gas rigs rose to 1,048 according to the report, with the number of active oil rigs increasing by 2 and the number of gas rigs increasing by 2.
Coca-Cola takes on Starbucks with $5.1 billion deal to buy world’s second biggest coffee chain Costa
Coffee is one of the few bright spots in the sluggish food and drinks sector
Politicians in California want listed companies based in the state to have at least one woman on their boards.
The state’s assembly voted in favour of the idea on Wednesday and the bill is expected to pass California’s senate, which has backed an earlier version.
It would then go to the Governor, Jerry Brown, who is yet to state his position.
Vodafone’s Australian operations will become part of a new telecoms giant.
Under a A$15bn ($11bn; £8bn) merger Vodafone Hutchison Australia and TPG Telecom will create a mobile, fixed-line and broadband provider with the scale to rival Telstra and Optus.
With construction continuing to boom, the state’s construction companies are continuing to struggle to find enough people to do the work.
According to the 2018 Workforce Survey released Wednesday by the Associated General Contractors of America, 85 percent of Nebraska construction firms reported difficulty in finding hourly craftspeople, the same number as last year.
Some foreign airlines have already started charging for carry-on bags to reduce boarding delays
Buckle up: Now that Air Canada and WestJet have hiked their checked bag fees for economy fares, some airline experts predict charges for carry-on luggage could be next.
“It’s only a matter of time,” said airline analyst, Fred Lazar. He believes higher checked bag fees will inspire even more people to stuff all their luggage into carry-on bags, prompting the two airlines to introduce carry-on charges to help stem the tide.