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Glenda is hanging out at Starbucks in Las Vegas as she announces the comeback of The Frappucino Happy Hour and Teavana Oprah Chai Tea!
Pour yourself a "dumb latte" and listen to this podcast. Tonight, hosts Brian Roth and Matt Levi are discussing the Dumb Starbucks case. Haven't heard of Dumb Starbucks? Well, some pretty bold business owners opened a coffee cafe called "Dumb Starbucks". Is this business protected under parody laws? Attorney Levi will give you his take while stand-up comic Roth comes up with a couple parodies of his own.
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9 am Wednesdays, "The Tufts Get Going!" host Rosanna Tufts
"A Vampire Walks into a Starbucks..." What happens, when a 300-year-old vampire meets a modern day Witch? Will she be able to break the curse upon him? "Deadly Conversations" is the new novel by D.C. McLaughlin -- so called, because the two characters scope each other out, over coffee with just enough drops of blood in it to keep the vampire under control! But the Witch soon finds herself targeted by the vampire's "sire," who has been pressuring him to embrace his monstrous side. Find out why I "devoured" this novel on today's episode! deadlyconversations.wordpress.com
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Matthew Lesko of http://leskofreeradio.com/ talks about Starbucks College Achievement Plan.
Tynicka Battle and Liz Nickles discuss Starbucks and Walmart. How the biggest brands publicize what they do with their profits.
Article: Starbucks Announcement - http://www.forbes.com/sites/susanadams/2014/06/16/starbucks-announces-it-will-give-a-free-college-education-to-thousands-of-workers/
Article: McDonalds and Walmart Rely on Welfare - http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/11/13/walmart_n_4267907.html
Video: #AskJPM tweets performed by voice of American Greed & @PuppetsOH, featuring Stay Keach - http://youtu.be/i5lMJkw8Bv8
Book: How Starbucks Changed My Life by Michael Gates Gill (Gotham Books, 2008) - http://www.amazon.com/How-Starbucks-Saved-Life-Privilege/dp/1592404049
Study: College Graduates Driving Increase in Bankruptcy Filings by Ylan Q. Mui, The Washington Post, 9/12/11
Today on The Boochcast we talk about cutting the intro short, Booch feeling sick, USA Advancing to The World Cup, Homeless people, recap Monday Night RAW, Will Smith's Parenting skills, Obama's daughter going into film, Michael Jordan becoming a Billionaire, and Starbucks giving back to their employees.
For the Christian, the worship of God should be the main focus of what we do. In fact EVERYTHING we do is worship. But there's a mysterious, but yet awesome experience when Christians worship together corporately/publicly on Sunday. Is God interested in HOW we worship Him more than we give attention to? Does worship REALLY matter? Or do we as a contemporary society, have the liberty to worship God according to our own desires?
Has Christianity, (corporate worship in particular) become too comfortable? Has the church of the 21st century lost it's awe for an awesome God?
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Apploi’s CEO Adam Lewis Stops HR Latte to Tell Us about Apploi and #Million4Christmas
CEO of Apploi, Adam Lewis visits with Rayanne and talks about their mobile app and their very real and very ambitious campaign to make a difference to one million lives.
Apploi is taking a mobile first approach to the job application and employment branding process – Among 1,500 orgnanizations, those getting on board include Oakley, Starbucks, UHaul, Massage Envy, etc...
You won't want to miss this conversation about mobile job search today & how tech is continually changing the world of work and what you can do to get involved with the Million4Christmas Project.
HR Latte is a fast-paced, quick hit show and we promise a thoughtful conversation with innovator Adam Lewis.
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This week on the program, Starbucks selling booze, CNN beating the MH370 story into the ground. Hollywood in a bible phase. Is Obamacare all bad?
I love to monitor the news, it is a source of entertainment. Please join us for what I am sure will be a lively program
The chairman of Starbucks learns about life from Rabbi Nosson Tzvi Finkel, zt"l.
Jerusalem - VIN News has confirmed that Rav Nosson Tzvi Finkel, the beloved Rosh Yeshiva of the prestigious Yeshivas Mirrer Yerushalayim for the past 21 years was niftar today in Yerushalayim at the age of 68.
R’ Finkel was born in Chicago and he carried the name of his great-grandfather the Alter of Slobodka. Afflicted with Parkinson’s disease, R’ Finkel reportedly never took drugs to alleviate his symptoms as he had been told by his doctor that they might affect his memory.
“I would rather be ill my whole life than to forget even one word of the holy Torah,” R’ Finkel is said to have told one of his talmidim.
The Mirrer Yeshiva is the largest yeshiva in Israel with an enrollment of approximately 6,000 talmidim, many of whom are American or Canadian.
Today's episode will revisit the idea of "Behind every great fortune, there's a crime. We will look at Starbucks today and should they pay their employees $15/ hr. Is corporate greed out of control?
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