Cup O’ Jo Not So Easy to Get These Days

January 28, 2009 | NeW Staff

Today, American businesses are trying to cope in the midst of a severe
economic recession. Both big corporations and small businesses alike
have been hurt by the crumbling economy. One of the world’s biggest
corporations, Starbucks Coffee Corporation,
recently announced its newest plan to cut costs: stop brewing
decaffeinated coffee after 12 pm. Customers can still order a cup of
decaf, but it will have to be brewed upon request. The new practice
would save an estimated $400 million by September.

Even the
biggest of corporations are looking for new ways to conserve. The
American people are not the only ones trying to save a penny these days.

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