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Starbucks’ focus on cold drinks such as nitro cold coffee to lure customers during slow afternoons helped the chain.

Starbucks on Thursday reported a better-than-expected rise in quarterly sales at established stores as it benefited from higher prices in the United S(...)

Photograph: Alan Betson 20/8/08Starbucks Dawson Street

Monday Results: Mondelez, HSBC, Pappa John’s Pizza. Indicators: UK housing prices (Oct); mortgage lending (Sep), lending to individuals (Sep), con(...)

Patrick Byrnes of Addihive: “3D printing in metals is disrupting global market segments at an accelerating pace”. Photograph: Conor McCabe

Addihive Additive manufacturing, or 3D printing as it is more popularly known, has the potential to revolutionise current manufacturing practice. Com(...)

Marco Beverage Solutions operations director Paul Stack with the Mix boiler system. Photograph: Conor McCabe

The rapid proliferation of speciality tea and coffee shops has led to a particular technological challenge. Not all teas are created equal and differ(...)

Pump it up: Pumpkin decorations are ubiquitous at Halloween. Photograph: Eric Baradat/AFP

The box office success of the new Halloween film, which got out the black sacks and collected an impressive $77.5 million in North American cinemas at(...)

Starbucks also plans to close offices in Amsterdam. Photograph: Reuters/Lucy Nicholson

Coffee chain Starbucks is restructuring its European operations after several years of slowing sales and will close its Amsterdam office to the benefi(...)

Greencore chief executive Patrick Coveney insisted the company’s decision was not taken under duress.

Shares in sandwich-maker Greencore rebounded on Tuesday after falling 9 per cent on Monday following the company’s surprise decision to sell out of th(...)

Tesla chief executive Elon Musk: After he publicly apologised for criticising an analyst, Tesla’s share value soared by almost $5 billion, making it “maybe the most valuable apology of all time”. File Photograph:  Joe Skipper/Reuters

Hardly a week passes now without one major company or another expressing contrition for its sins. Facebook is sorry for lax privacy controls. Apple is(...)

Illycaffe has joined the global coffee market’s dealmaking frenzy, looking to extend its European reach by teaming up with JAB-owned Jacobs Douwe Egberts

Illycaffe has joined the global coffee market’s dealmaking frenzy, looking to extend its European reach by teaming up with JAB-owned Jacobs Douwe Egbe(...)

 Alberto Lavazza, president of Italy’s biggest coffee maker Lavazza,  with vice presidents Marco and Giuseppe Lavazza.

Italian coffee maker Lavazza will buy the coffee business of US food giant Mars to expand its global reach, in a deal worth around $650 million (€540 (...)

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