2020-01-16 09:00:23| Fast Company
As cities crack down on waste, coffee shops are turning to new solutions—like a startup called Vessel—to cut down on their plastic. If you buy a cup of coffee to go at Babette Café in Berkeley, California, later this month, you might not be able to get it in a disposable cup. The owners have one case of compostable cups left, and aren’t planning to buy more. Instead, anyone who doesn’t have a reusable mug of their own—and doesn’t want to stay in the café—can use an app to borrow a gleaming stainless steel mug from a stack on the counter.Read Full Story
2020-01-09 19:57:57| BBC News | Business | World Edition
Betting companies with streaming rights for FA Cup ties say they would allow the games to be streamed on a free platform elsewhere.
2020-01-09 13:18:47| Guardian Unlimited Business - more business news
FA considering withdrawing from deals or renegotiatingConcerns that cost could be prohibitiveThe Football Association is discussing whether it can withdraw from the controversial arrangement which allows betting companies to show live FA Cup matches exclusively, amid a storm of protest.The FA is in talks with IMG, the marketing giant which bought the Cup rights then struck deals with betting companies, over the feasibility of withdrawing from these contracts or renegotiating them. Continue reading...
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