Is this for real or ihob part II
Dunkin' Donuts is dropping the D…donuts, that is. Starting in January, Dunkin Donuts will be known simply as Dunkin. The company says it’s rebrand itself as a "beverage-led" company that focuses on coffees, teas, speedy service and to-go food including, doughnuts.
So no – they’re not going away. But when you consider that beverages – such as coffee – make up 60% of the company's US sales, it might make sense to sort out where else you can get your baked goodies fix.
But that’s not all – Dunkin' is planning to expand as well – with plans to open one-thousand new locations by the end of year 2020. "It’s official: We’re going by Dunkin’ now," the company's Twitter page offers. "After 68 years of America running on Dunkin’, we're moving to a first-name basis." The reaction online so far? Fan appear to prefer that the company dunks the idea...in the circular file. As Twitter user @karatechop16 notes, "I donut like it."
Source: CNN Money
The first step would have been a doosey!
A passenger flying on GoAir from New Delhi to Patna, India caused some panic when he tried to open the plane’s evacuation door. Turns out he was a first-time flier, apparently thinking the door was actually the bathroom.
According to reports, when passengers tried to ask the man what he was doing, he kept pulling at the door handle saying he needed to use the bathroom. Authorities say he was eventually restrained and handed over to police. After further investigation, he admitted it was an honest mistake and signed forms promising to appear in any potential court dates.
The good news is he wouldn’t have been able to open the door even if he kept trying, due to the cabin's air pressure, according to a spokesperson for the airline. So, everyone on board was safe. Thank goodness.
Source: Daily Mail