Starbucks Apologizes For Racial Slur On Customer's OrderA customer at a Starbucks in California, found the word "Beaner" - a derogatory term for Mexicans - printed on his coffee drink.
Amazon Pulls Products Making Light Of Mental IllnessAmazon pulled some of the offending items after being contacted by British media site iNews.
E.Coli Outbreak Expected to WorsenAn E.coli outbreak that has sickened nearly 150 people in 29 states so far is likely to worsen, according to an update Tuesday from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Making Your Royal Wedding Party A Smashing Success"If you don't have the budget to have a patisserie or a bakery help you, do little cookies and icing stacks and put a rose petal on top."
Chili's Says "Data Incident" May Have Exposed Credit Card InformationThe company said it learned of the incident on May 11, but did not say which locations -- or how many customers -- were affected.
Elon's Brother Kimbal Musk Is On A Mission To Revolutionize How Americans EatHis personal venture has become a life's work: replacing high-calorie foods with healthier ones.
Starbucks To Employees: Let Anyone Use RestroomsThe company is trying to restore its reputation after the arrest of two black men at a coffee shop in Philadelphia.
Buy Tires On Amazon, Install Them At SearsSears said Wednesday that Amazon shoppers can now ship tires to 47 Sears Auto Centers in eight cities, including Chicago, Dallas and New York.
Are You Owed $1,200? Maybe, If You Got A Dish Network Telemarketing CallLawyers say they are having trouble convincing people to sign up to get the money they're owed from the $61 million class action lawsuit over sales pitches to people on the national Do Not Call Registry.
Kroger Supplier Recalls 35,000 Pounds Of Ground BeefA Kroger supplier is recalling more than 35,000 pounds of raw ground beef that may be contaminated with hard plastic.
Summer Road Trips To Be Most Expensive In Four Years"This will be the most expensive driving season since 2014," said Tom Kloza, global head of energy analysis for Oil Price Information Service.
Sprint And T-Mobile CEOs Promise Merger Won't Raise PricesThe CEOs of T-Mobile and Sprint are confident that their proposed merger will get approval from US regulators and create jobs — and that it won't raise prices for wireless subscribers.

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