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Dunkin' Donuts in South Korea started spraying coffee aroma into public buses every time their jingle played. Coffee sales increased 29%.
John Mackey (Whole Foods CEO)
In 2006, the CEO of Whole Foods reduced his salary to $1 a year, donated his entire portfolio to charity, and set up a $100,000 fund for staff facing personal problems.
Free Russian Coffee Houses
There are coffee houses in Russia where food and drink are free, but you pay for time.
There's a restaurant in Albuquerque called Tim's Place that serves breakfast, lunch, and hugs - and it's owned by a man with Down's Syndrome.
Facebook pays at least $500 if you can find a way to hack the site.
Ecosia is a search engine that helps to save the environment by donating 80% of its income to planting trees in Brazil.
Free Daily Ice Cream
All employees of Ben & Jerry’s get to take home 3 free pints of ice cream every single day!
Steve Jobs' Secretary
Steve Jobs' secretary told him that she was late for work because her car wouldn't start. That very afternoon, Jobs came back and threw her a set of keys to a brand new Jaguar, saying: "Here, don’t be late anymore."