Sometimes you get what you pay for. And sometimes, cause and effect aren't what they really seem to be.
Automobiles need roads to drive on. Roads cost money. In the past, state governments have raised money for these roadways via gasoline tax money.
This idea is a good one, not only for Starbucks, but more so for the environment. I'd be more likely to visit Starbucks more often, simply because of the introduction today of the reusable cup. Starbucks is cool for a lot of reasons, but for me the big thing is they are always on the cutting edge, always looking for new and innovative ways to not only increase business, but also to make sure a vis
Quick: What catalog touts the "green" aspects of their company and then sends out 992-page catalogs printed on heavy card-stock that weigh five-and-a-half pounds through the U.S. Mail? Restoration Hardware - that's who.
The lack of reliable food sources plague large portions of our world - while at the same time, those that have food available to them waste more than half of it.
Hard data is still being collected, but experts at the Reuters Food and Agriculture Summit in Chicago this week said an estimated 30 percent to 50 percent of the food produced in the world goes uneaten...