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NEW YORK - A new documentary series is expected from Starbucks. The coffee chain is out with its second season of Upstanders which features 11 episodes, each an inspirational profile of regular Americans.

Starbucks CEO Howard Shultz helped write and produce the series which is available on Starbuck's website.

Meanwhile, self-driving cars is getting an unexpected advocate, mothers against drunk driving.

Google's autonomous vehicle unit Waymo created a new campaign about the benefits of autonomous driving.

The campaign aims to highlight the benefits of driverless vehicles, partnering with groups like MADD.

Lastly, Apple has reportedly nixed an Elvis Presley biopic series from the Weinstein Company, according to Deadline.

The move follows a New York Times expose on company co-founder Harvey Weinsten and allegations he sexually harassed women for decades.

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