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Dunkin' Donuts Delivery Service Coming To Boston

BOSTON (CBS) — Soon you’ll be able to satisfy your Dunkin’ craving without ever leaving the house.

Dunkin’ Donuts has announced that starting next week, it’ll be testing a delivery service in the Boston area. 192 more words


Digital Make Up Counter, There's An App For That

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MIAMI (CBSMiami) — For many women, it’s nearly impossible to pick out the perfect lip color or foundation just by looking at the box — but it’s also hard to find the time to sit down at a makeup counter and try it all out. 230 more words


Uber Testing New 2-Minute Wait Rule Before Charging Passengers

(ABC News)–Tardy Uber passengers may soon have to pay up.

The ride-hailing service is testing a new rule that requires passengers to pay more money if they keep the driver waiting for more than two minutes. 212 more words


‘ClassPass’ Users Say Recent Price Hike Is Giving Their Wallets A Workout

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A popular fitness membership known for making boutique studio classes affordable is getting backlash over a recent price hike.

As CBS2’s Valerie Castro reported, ClassPass, the budget friendly fitness membership, took a hit Monday when the company announced a steep jump in cost. 219 more words


Senate Democrats proposing boosting minimum wage to $12

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Democrats in the Connecticut Senate are proposing to further increase the state’s minimum wage to $12 an hour by 2020.

The proposal was offered Thursday as a late-session amendment. 107 more words


Hydro customer charged more than $600 despite turning off heat, showering at the gym

Ruth D’Souza went to great lengths to reduce her hydro bill but was shocked when it rang in at more than six hundred dollars for two months. 500 more words


Marijuana companies have budding aspirations for pot legalization in Canada

Vancouver Island’s Tilray is one of 30 companies that can legally produce medical marijuana in Canada.

It’s been quietly producing pot in Nanaimo for two years, with scientists and horticulturalists working side-by-side in a 60,000 square-foot facility that somewhat resembles a maximum security prison. 486 more words