Sky takeover battle must go to auction, orders regulator
Tesco launches discount stores to counter Aldi and Lidl
Barclays Online Banking Customers Face Glitches
Tesco launches Jack's discount chain and own brand
OPEC chief: Cartel must stay together as US sanctions Iran
Starbucks accused of racism again: Hispanic customer's cup had slur in CA
18 May 2018, 06:26 | Kelvin Horton
"Laurel" or "Beaner"?
Apparently the Starbucks worker understood the man say "Venti White Mocha" and "Venti Ice Caramel Macchiato", but not his name Pedro.
The customer has alleged he was handed a coffee with the word "beaner" printed on its label instead of his name, Peter, at a Starbucks location in La Cañada Flintridge, California, a friend told CBS2 News. He didn't think it was an accident, considering the barista called his name when his order was ready.
"I didn't accept it", he told NBC, "because it's like an insult overall".
When he received his order, the word "beaner" was written on the cup, in place of his name.
Pedro said the location apologized and offered him a gift card. "This is not the experience we want for our clients", the statement said.
We have a question for Starbucks: What kind of "racial-bias education" did their staff receive? "We asked for his forgiveness and we are working to correct this".
Phoenix wins the draft lottery
Yet, the team with the best luck was the Sacramento Kings who vaulted from a predicted seventh slot all the way up to second. I've spent a lot of time watching Duke's Grayson Allen and Kansas' Devonte Graham over the last four years.
Frontier adds ABQ-San Antonio flight
Frontier Airlines on Thursday announced it is adding direct service from San Antonio , Texas , to nine cities, including Omaha. Those routes, and several others, were eliminated previous year after other airlines - chiefly United - cut fares to compete.
BMW iNEXT teased ahead of 2021 debut
"For the first time, we are combining all key technologies for future mobility in one vehicle ", he told the AGM's attendees. So now you have the same auto that the Internet refers to with two different names, depending on the timeline.