Starbucks had earlier argued in court documents that a judge should dismiss the case, saying that it wasn't the company's fault that the coffee spilled because Mogavero was holding the cup when it spilled. A Starbucks representative testified that the company hears about 80 complaints a month related to loose lids. "We're considering an appeal". Coffee drinkers on the java giant's home turf have their own opinions about the Venti-sized verdict.
He said that rather than splitting up the big banks, it would focus on "supporting and making sure that community banks and regional banks could grow so we don't' just end up with big banks". Mnuchin reiterated that the administration favored a "21st-century Glass-Steagall", not the original Glass-Steagall. But Mnuchin took a different position Thursday.
Palace are now 13th going into the final weekend of the season but can end up anywhere between 11th and 16th depending on how they do against United and how other results go. "He played 90 minutes in the last game [against Southampton], so probably not". However, United were beaten by Barcelona as they also wore a reserve white kit in the 2009 Champions League final in Rome, while they were second best once again in white jerseys as they again lost out to Barcelona in the 2011 final of ...
There is a growing fear that Trump's plans for tax cuts, big spending and red-tape slashing-which had fueled a global equities and dollar rally his November election win-will be thrown off course. The FTSE 100 index of leading British shares was 0.1 percent lower at 7,519 and near all-time highs. Treasury yields were barely changed after a sharp drop on Wednesday.
He also asserted that there will be no differentiation between local and foreign militants and anybody indulging in violence will be dealt with accordingly. "Violence eventually impacts security and life of ordinary residents of the valley; therefore, the violence is not only against security forces but also against innocents who are losing their lives".
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein knew President Donald Trump was going to fire FBI Director James Comey before he wrote a memo justifying the ouster of the law enforcement chief, Democratic senators said Thursday. White House communications staff initially said the President made a decision to fire Mr Comey after receiving recommendations from both Mr Rosenstein and Attorney General Jeff Sessions.