Nestle has struck a mega deal with Seatlle coffee chain Starbucks. It's buying the rights to market and sell Starbucks products.
The world's top Arabica producers are suffering their worst crisis in over a decade after prices for their coffee fell below $1 per pound. They now want to sell their harvests without being tied to market prices.
German company Tchibo doesn't just sell coffee — it's also a leading garment retailer. The firm has turned to Berlin for help in making sure that its suppliers overseas pay higher wages to workers.
DW's Hannah Fuchs likes to think she's pretty responsible about her environmental impact. But the guilt induced by a take-out coffee got her asking why even the most eco-conscious of us slip up.
With both sides failing to reach an agreement in Hanoi, pressure is increasing on US President Donald Trump to seal the deal. Kim Jong Un has room to maneuver — and for that, he has China to thank, says Frank Sieren.
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