Brussels was on high alert Tuesday following a series of terrorist attacks.
Starbucks Corp. and Domino’s have temporarily closed all of their units in Belgium after a series of terrorist attacks in Brussels on Tuesday. The explosion at the Brussels airport took place outside of a Starbucks location there, and one employee was injured, the company said. Details on the status of the injured employee were not disclosed, but the Seattle-based chain said all other employees are safe and accounted for. News reports indicate there were two explosions ...
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