Over the years, millions of Britons have had to come to terms with the fact that someone, or very often, something, can do their jobs better and more cheaply than they can. Since the industrial revolution
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The coffee brand abandons its ubiquitous paper cup for a new, highly styled version aimed at tea drinkers. Last week on the Upper East Side of New York, Starbucks unveiled its newest outpost, Teavana.
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