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What stores and restaurants are open Fourth of July? Here's the list of businesses open or closed

USATODAY.com Thursday, 2 July 2020
Costco and Trader Joe's are closed this Fourth of July but many stores and restaurants will be open including Walmart, Target, Starbucks, McDonald's.
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What To Never Do At Trader Joe's [Video]

What To Never Do At Trader Joe's

Business Insider spoke with current and former Trader Joe's employees to learn the worst habits of their customers. Don't ask two different employees to look for the same item. Don't leave sample cups or trash around the store. It's rude not to greet employees when they greet you. It's annoying to put products back on the wrong shelves. Try not to leave carts at the register. If you want to sample a specific food, don't open the item yourself. Please wait for a staff member.

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Costco Costco American multinational chain of membership-only stores

Bahamas, Florida Brace For Hurricane Isaias [Video]

Bahamas, Florida Brace For Hurricane Isaias

(CNN) Like many in southeastern Florida this weekend, West Palm Beach resident Benjamin Peterson was at Costco Friday stocking up on essentials in preparation for the arrival of Hurricane Isaias. The storm -- pronounced (ees-ah-EE-as) -- is the Atlantic's earliest storm on record to begin with an "I." As of 2 a.m. Saturday, Isaias was about 115 miles south-southeast of Nassau, Bahamas, and was moving northwest at 14 mph, according to the National Hurricane Center.

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Tricks For Getting The Best Deal At Costco [Video]

Tricks For Getting The Best Deal At Costco

Business Insider spoke to former Costco employee Tess Robison to find out how to get the best deals at the wholesale store. Learn the price codes Costco uses. Watch out for monthly sales. Learn the layout of your local store to prevent impulse buys. After the holiday season is the best time to stock up. Opt for Kirkland products when possible.

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Costco Reducing Senior Hours [Video]

Costco Reducing Senior Hours

Costco Reducing Senior Hours

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Costco's Free Sample Are Returning [Video]

Costco's Free Sample Are Returning

Costco is now offering its free food samples in 30 stores across 16 states in the US. This is after pulling the samples from stores in March for hygiene reasons. Costco's CFO said the chain plans to gradually bring samples back to more locations. For safety, samples will be kept behind plexiglass screens and served by workers in masks and gloves. Many Costco customers make special trips just to enjoy the samples, some eating multiples.

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Target Corporation Target Corporation Retail chain in the United States

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Target stores to close Thanksgiving due to COVID-19 pandemic, following Walmart's holiday closing announcement

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Racial inequities will grow if schools don't open safely this fall. Here's an action plan.

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McDonald's McDonald's American fast food restaurant chain

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McDonald's to close 200 U.S. restaurants. Here's where some of the closures are expected

McDonald's is permanently closing 200 of its 14,000 U.S. locations this year with restaurants in Walmart stores making up over half of the closures.

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11 Restaurant Chains Now Hiring

Business Insider reports that 6.5 million restaurant workers are still out of a job because of the pandemic. A growing number of major restaurant chains hiring right now. All together, those chains are hiring over 400,000 new employees. On Wednesday, Chipotle announced plans to hire 10,000 new employees. Denny's is looking to hire 10,000 people. McDonald's announced on June 18 that it plans to hire 260,000 new workers in the US over the summer.

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McDonald's halts U.S. reopening plans [Video]

McDonald's halts U.S. reopening plans

U.S. customers that want to dine in at McDonald's will have to wait another 3 weeks in a prolonged shutdown which is sure to bring further pain to the fast food chain. Gloria Tso reports.

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Starbucks Starbucks American multinational coffee company

Former Starbucks Employees Reveal How Not To Behave [Video]

Former Starbucks Employees Reveal How Not To Behave

A former Starbucks employee told Business Insider things you should never do at the coffee chain. Don't collect a beverage without looking at the name on the cup. Don't expect a free refill on every drink. Avoid asking for drink add-ins after you've already paid. Please don't leave a mess at the sugar and milk area. Ordering off of the "secret menu" can be a real headache for baristas. Don't get in line if you don't know what you want to order yet.

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Former Starbucks Employee Allegedly Spit In Police Officers' Drinks [Video]

Former Starbucks Employee Allegedly Spit In Police Officers' Drinks

A former Starbucks employee has been arrested for allegedly spitting in the drinks of law enforcement officers. According to CNN, 21-year-old Kevin A. Trejo was charged Monday with crimes. Park Ridge New Jersey police launched an investigation after receiving information about possible drink tampering. Trejo is facing several charges, including creating a hazardous or physically dangerous condition.

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Best Things To Order At Starbucks [Video]

Best Things To Order At Starbucks

A former Starbucks barista spoke to Business Insider and revealed the best things to order from the coffee giant. Starbucks fanatics love the snickerdoodle hot chocolate (or latte). The watermelon cold-foam Refresher is a great summer drink. This mint chocolate chip Frappuccino is refreshing and sweet. Blonde Americanos are smooth and packed with caffeine. Most Starbucks baristas should know how to make a London fog, which is perfect for tea drinkers.

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Microsoft, Nike, Unilever team up on emissions [Video]

Microsoft, Nike, Unilever team up on emissions

Microsoft, Nike, Starbucks, Unilever and five other industry titans from various sectors are teaming up to help businesses globally achieve zero carbon emissions. Ciara Lee reports

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A Starbucks barista received nearly $80,000 in tips after being singled out for refusing to serve a customer not wearing a mask [Video]

A Starbucks barista received nearly $80,000 in tips after being singled out for refusing to serve a customer not wearing a mask

A Starbucks barista was publicly shamed on Facebook by a customer who refused to follow store policy and wear a mask. The 24-year-old barista, Lenin Guiterrez asked customer Amber Lynn Gilles to wear a face mask while she ordered. Gilles became irate, cursing at Guiterrez and threatening to call the police next time she was asked to wear a mask. After Gilles tried to publicly humiliate Guiterrez through a Facebook post, a GoFundMe was started for the barista.

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Walmart Walmart American multinational retailer

One year later, El Paso reflects on the hate behind Walmart shooting

An alleged racist attack killed 23 at an El Paso Walmart on Aug. 3, 2019. Dozens more were injured. Survivors, others reflect on hate-inspired attack.
 

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El Paso mourns 23 lives lost in racist Walmart mass shooting

The year has been relentless with reminders of Aug. 3, 2019, mass shooting, fresh tragedy, enduring anguish, a responsibility to remember the dead.

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USDA issues health alert for frozen taquitos and chimichangas that may contain plastic, posing choking hazard

Select José Olé, Casa Mamita and Walmart's Great Value brand frozen taquitos and chimicangas should not be consumed because may contain hard plastic.

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