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TORONTO – Starbucks Canada will raise prices on some of its beverage sizes by 10 to 20 cents starting Tuesday.
The coffee chain says the adjustments will only apply to 10 per cent of its drinks — and won’t impact some of its most popular items. 147 more words
Big buzz doesn’t always mean big money, or in the case of the smart home, widespread adoption. Michael Wolf, one of the industry’s most well-known IoT and smart home analysts, offers a refreshing, and honest, perspective on the smart home market in his recent article… 526 more words
TORONTO – Major Canadian importers of olive oil, sea salt, preserved vegetables and other delicacies from Greece say they’ve been stockpiling goods in their warehouses in anticipation that the economic turmoil overseas will get worse. 450 more words
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Connecticut’s tax commissioner says his agency has unearthed about $85.8 million in uncollected tax revenue.
Kevin Sullivan, who oversees the state’s Department of Revenue Services, said Monday funds were tracked down as part of a challenge from Gov. 111 more words