'Marketplace' Report: No More Hot Sandwiches You will no longer be able to eat a hot breakfast sandwich with your Venti Starbucks mocha. We examine the role of the slowing economy and the smell of sandwiches in this corporate decision.
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'Marketplace' Report: No More Hot Sandwiches

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'Marketplace' Report: No More Hot Sandwiches

'Marketplace' Report: No More Hot Sandwiches

'Marketplace' Report: No More Hot Sandwiches

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You will no longer be able to eat a hot breakfast sandwich with your Venti Starbucks mocha. Alex Chadwick talks to Marketplace's Bob Moon about how the slowing economy is making the coffee chain pull back on domestic spending and why some people are unhappy with the sandwich smell.