Starbucks is helping out new parents by extending their parental leave program, and it's a latte better than before This move makes Starbucks a leader in parental leave amongst the fast food service industry. In case you did not know, McDonald’s offers birth mothers 12 weeks at 50 percent pay and nothing for non-birth parents. Pizza Hut, Taco Bell, and Kentucky Fried ... 01/22/2017 - 7:18 am | View Link
Savor That Latte! Starbucks Makes A Historic Expansion To Their Parental Leave Program Parental leave is hard to come by in this country. Workers in the fast food industry tend to go without the employee benefits found in other sectors — Netflix offers 12 months parental leave to most of its employees, for instance. Basically the American ... 01/22/2017 - 5:32 am | View Link
Global Takeaway Food Delivery Industry 2017 Growth Status in USA, Europe & Asia Market : McDonalds, KFC, Subway, Pizzahut, Starbucks The report offers a technical outline of Takeaway Food Delivery market and covers main factors impacting the growth prospects of this market across the globe. The study employs leading analytical tools that are technically accurate for determining the ... 01/20/2017 - 8:52 am | View Link
These Starbucks drinks will help get you through the rest of winter How exotic — and delicious! "It's perfectly, subtly sweet," said Emi Boscamp, TODAY Food associate editor. RELATED: Starbucks announces its first latte of 2017 Starbucks' Smoked Butterscotch Latte showed up in U.S. and Canadian stores last year ... 01/20/2017 - 8:35 am | View Link
Starbucks Now Has the Best Parental Leave Policy of Any Major Restaurant Chain It also widens the gap between the coffee chain and some of the nation’s other top food service employers: KFC and Taco Bell parent company Yum Brands, for instance, does not offer any paid parental leave. McDonald’s offers birth moms 12 weeks leave at ... 01/20/2017 - 5:12 am | View Link
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Lawmakers, insurers and the health-care industry rushed over the weekend to decipher the full meaning and consequences of President Trump’s executive order urging agency heads to do whatever they can to unwind some provisions of the Affordable Care Act.
Thomson ReutersThe New York Stock Exchange is fighting back in a fierce debate over the cost of accessing the market.
The war of words is the latest in a long-running battle over the cost of data, connectivity and colocation, and was triggered by the Big Board's request to change the fees it charges for certain connectivity services.
When the Securities and Exchange Commission sought additional comment on the request, those who believe these services have gotten too expensive jumped at the chance to take shots at the exchange.
Now, NYSE is returning fire, taking aim at some of its biggest customers.
In a letter to the regulator dated January 17, NYSE said that the questions raised in the Commission's Order Instituting Proceedings are moot, as NYSE is no longer pushing ahead with the changes the Order was focused on.
The Green Bay Packers' first half against the Atlanta Falcons in the NFC Championship game couldn't have gone any worse.
The Packers were unable to stop the Falcons' red-hot offense whatsoever, conceding 325 yards and 24 points.
Even worse, even Aaron Rodgers couldn't muster his usual magic, as evidenced by a late Hail Mary attempt to generate some offense for the Packers.
Facing a 3rd-and-21 with two minutes remaining, Rodgers tried his signature Hail Mary, the ones we've become so accustomed to him completing, and overthrew Jordy Nelson by several yards, putting right in the Falcons hands.
Jessica Pointing knows how to interview.
The Harvard University junior received internship offers from companies including Google, Apple, Facebook, Microsoft, McKinsey, Bain, Goldman Sachs, and Morgan Stanley.
A computer science and physics major, she has received offer letters for roles in software engineering, data science, product management, consulting, investment banking, trading, and quantitative finance.
How does she do it?
Frank DiMatteo, author of The President Street Boys: Growing Up Mafia, was a close associate of the Gallo crime family and also drove getaway cars for the Mafia. He explains how the bosses, Larry and Joey, used a lion to intimidate people.
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