Starbucks Asks Customers to Leave Guns at Home

Sept. 19 (Bloomberg) -- Starbucks is asking gun owners to leave their weapons at home or in their cars, reversing its stance after being caught in the political debate over gun rights in the U.S. MGP & Associates PR President and Senior Counselor Mike paul speaks with Betty Liu on Bloomberg Television's "In The Loop." (Source: Bloomberg)

Walsh Sees a Tough 2016 For Rio Tinto, Worse Than 2015
20:58 - Rio Tinto Group, the world’s second-biggest mining company, scrapped its progressive dividend policy and set out new spending cuts as plunging commodity prices slashed full-year profit 51 percent. The producer joins rivals including Vale SA and Glencore Plc in trimming or abandoning dividend payments as a safeguard against the deepening commodities collapse. Chief Executive Officer Sam Walsh told Bloomberg’s "On the Move" host Guy Johnson he’s predicting a tough year ahead.
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