Starbucks is in hot water with a Colorado customer, who claims tea she purchased at one of the chain coffee houses scalded and killed her dog. Deanna Salas-Solano, 58, filed a lawsuit against the coffee conglomerate Friday alleging she and her dog suffered injuries from a cup of hot tea with an unsecured lid, news station...
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- Starbucks sued for killing customer’s dog
By Jackie Salo - Tuesday Sep 12, 2017
- Coke is winning the battle against Pepsi
By Reuters - Wednesday Oct 25, 2017
Coca-Cola Co’s quarterly profit and revenue topped analysts’ estimates, helped by a 3 percent rise in North American sales as it gains market share over arch rival PepsiCo. The company sold more Sprite, teas and coffees during the quarter, offsetting a dip in Diet Coke sales. In contrast, PepsiCo reported a drop in quarterly beverage...
- Donald Bain, ghost writer for popular novels, dead at 82
Saturday Oct 28, 2017
NEW YORK (AP) — Donald Bain, a prolific author and ghost writer whose credits included such popular crime series as "Murder, She Wrote" and the racy best-seller "Coffee, Tea or Me?", has died.Bain's literary agent, Bob Diforio, said Bain died Oct. 21 in White Plains, New York. Diforio said Saturday that Bain was 82 and died of congestive heart failure.Bain was a native of Mineola, New York, and a graduate of Purdue University who had an extensive background in public relations, broadcasting and film production before he began working on books.
- Donald Bain, widely read author (though hardly ever by that name), dies at 82
By Sam Roberts - Thursday Oct 26, 2017
Donald Bain, the pseudonymous author of the “Murder, She Wrote” novels, Margaret Truman’s “Capital Crimes” mysteries and “Coffee, Tea or Me?” — the supposed memoir of two saucy airline stewardesses — died Saturday in White Plains, New York. He was 82. The cause was congestive heart failure, his daughter Pamela Bain said. Although he had aspired to a conspicuous role as a broadcasting personality or a musician, Bain relished writing incognito.