Starbucks UK has announced it will soon launch a popular charitable initiative “suspended coffee” in its venues. It means that now customers who buy a beverage for themselves can automatically reserve one of the same value for homeless people. According to Independent, Starbucks is the first British chain to adopt this charitable movement, which originated in Naples, Italy.

Fortune has unveiled its annual ranking of the 50 world’s most admired companies. Apple is No.1 on list for the sixth straight year. In the top, the i-devices manufacturer is followed by Google, Amazon, Coca-Cola and Starbucks. This year’s ranking is dominated by U.S. companies, which take up most of the places—only eight are occupied by the businesses from outside the USA.

Starbucks wants to give its consumers a new reason to love Mondays. The coffee chain has launched a new campaign in the UK, inviting its customers to buy a Tall latte, which normally costs £2.10, for just £1.50 on Mondays. To promote the new offering, which also includes other benefits such as 50p off breakfast items and a free iNewspaper on specific Mondays, the company has launched a nice campaign developed by AMV BBDO to remind us of the great things, which happened on Monday.