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Rachel Siegel is a national business reporter. She previously contributed to the Post's Metro desk, The Marshall Project and The Dallas Morning News.
"Overtones of cherry:" It's actually harder to trademark a scent than it is to get Play-Doh out of the carpet.
The company also said the initiatives would go on for years to come.
The company, Ossic, told its backers that it wouldn't be delivering any remaining orders and was shutting down immediately.
The climb by plebes began in 1940 and has become a viral Annapolis tradition.
The guidelines come days before Starbucks will close 8,000 stores for unconscious bias training May 29.
Starbucks announced a new policy that says people who come to its cafes and use its restrooms are considered customers even if they didn't buy anything.
With China's booming middle class and coffee emerging as a status symbol, Starbucks executives and analysts say there are big things ahead for the coffee giant on the mainland.
A Latino man at a California store finds the word “beaner” on his coffee order.
The homeless man spent three months in jail as a result – and now seeks nearly $1 million in damages.
One month after Flight 1380, Southwest announced its summer sale and a rebooted marketing plan.