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  • The Economist

    HOWARD SCHULTZ, the head of Starbucks, said last year that “the currency of leadership is transparency.” If so, bosses should be feeling ever more qualified to command their troops. Business is being forced to open up in a host of reporting areas, from tax and government contracts to anti-corruption and sustainability programmes. Campaigners are cock-a-hoop, but continue to demand more.


    11/12/2014
  • The Observer

    When net migration falls, David Cameron can take the credit: for making Britain poor, hostile and pessimistic In 2011, I interviewed a Polish barista in a Starbucks: it wasn’t about what had brought him to London, nobody was obsessed with that then. It was about what life was like in Krakow. But those two things are, necessarily, related: he told me how much a kilo of sugar was, and how long...


    30/11/2014
  • Near Field Communications World

    Almost a quarter (24%) of US smartphone owners have now used one or more mobile payment apps, research from PunchTab has found. Starbucks tops the popularity list with 40% of respondents citing it as their... Read the rest of One in four US smartphone owners have paid by mobile at NFC World+ .


    08/12/2014

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    Tuesday, December 23, 2014
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      Ingegeven door de Luxleaks bood Nederland aan zelf zijn ‘rulings’ bekend te maken, Luxemburg zegde dit zelfs namens Nederland toe vorige week. Maar op vrijdag gepubliceerde antwoorden van staatssecretaris Eric Wiebes van Belastingen op Kamervragen wordt duidelijk dat helemaal niets verandert en alle afspraken met multinationals als Starbucks en Google gewoon geheim blijven.


      23/12/2014
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