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Target and two restaurants. The three retailers, which are expected to open next summer, will include a 21,000 square-foot Target store, pizza restaurant Pieology and a location for the "farm-to-table" fast food chain b.good. "We're very excited about Target anchoring the retail portion of Carolina..."/>
Target to anchor Carolina Square development [The Herald-Sun, Durham, N.C.]
Microsoft Corp., International Business Machines Corp., Hewlett-Packard Co., Dell Inc., Oracle Corp. and VMware Inc. are pulling out all the stops to win customers in India. Further, the size of your company plays a big factor. To make the choice tougher, AWS and Microsoft, which offer infrastructure-as-a-service and platform-as-a-service,..."/>
Who should be your cloud driver on the digital highway? [Mint, New Delhi]
GMV is so 2015, says Snapdeal CEO Kunal Bahl [Mint, New Delhi]
Internet of Things business. Hase joins from Ooredoo, a telco in Qatar, where he was IoT/M2M director at the group level. He will report to group managing director Amitabh Jhunjhunwala."/>
Reliance Group appoints Juergen Hase as CEO for IoT business [Mint, New Delhi]
Detroit Free Press Susan Tompor column [Detroit Free Press]
Infiniti of Dayton begins renovation [Dayton Daily News, Ohio]
Starbucks drinks-- the so-called "rainbow drinks" found only on the company's so-called "secret menu"-- are all over social media right now. But they also seem to be causing at least some confusion, if not headaches, for baristas. The brightly hued drinks, made on request by baristas with ingredients carried in Starbucks stores such as Strawberry Acai Starbucks Refreshers, and Iced Passion Tango Tea, first took off on social media earlier this summer."/>
Colorful, unofficial Starbucks drinks create confusion [The Seattle Times]
McDonald's said it will take $235 million in pretax charges in the second quarter on costs related to moving its corporate headquarters to Chicago and franchising more of its restaurants. The Oak Brook-based company, which plans to move to the city in spring 2018, did not say in a news release if the figure included costs related to buyouts, which sources say are being offered. A McDonald's spokeswoman declined to comment."/>
McDonald's to take $235 million charge related to HQ move, refranchising [Chicago Tribune]
Mayor discusses development [The Lebanon Democrat, Tenn.]

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