To opponents of the deal, like Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D Massachusetts, the president says, “I love Elizabeth. We’re allies on a whole host of issues. SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileStarbucks is introducing new guidelines for its baristas to get them to slow down and focus on no more than two drinks at a time. (Lisa Poole/Associated Press)Coffee giant Starbucks is telling its baristas to stop multitasking and focus on no more than two drinks at a time.Customers have complained that the Seattle based chain has turned the art of coffee making into something of an assembly line process, the Wall Street Journal reports.Employees are now being informed to steam milk for each drink instead of steaming an entire pitcher for several beverages. Other changes include rinsing pitchers after each use and using only one espresso machine instead of two.Starbucks believes the new guidelines, which are expected to roll out across Canada by next month, will result in better tasting drinks and reduce errors.However, some baristas are concerned the methods will increase the time it takes to make beverages and create longer lines.Company documents reviewed by the Wall Street Journal acknowledge that people ordering no foam lattes may need to wait longer for their drinks, and instructs employees to “let the customer know their beverage will take a little longer and may be out of order due to the time it takes the milk to settle and the foam to rise to the top [approximately 60 seconds].”What do you think of Starbucks’ new guidelines? When it comes to your coffee shop drink, what’s more important to you: speed or quality?Internet freedom: Should government have the ability to shut down the internet?The Egyptian government shut down access to the internet and the country’s cellphone data network early Friday, according to media reports.
When my mom died and we drove back for her funeral, I drove her minivan back by myself while Dennis took the kids back early for school. I enjoyed the drive immensely and relaxed and got my mind straightened out on that three day drive. It restored my sanity and equilibrium..
That’s why FIS analyzed a second scenario called “exit contagion” in which a Brexit leads to calls from powerful anti EU parties across Europe to renegotiate with the EU. In that scenario, domestic politics in Europe could be destabilized in a way that rattles markets. Stock market could drop by 10% and financial stocks may retreat 15%, FIS said..