Business Briefs: Facebook decline, Halloween costumes, pumpkin spice latte

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Facebook is expected to drop from the second-most visited website in the coming months, according to a study by Similar-Web. They say YouTube will be claiming the spot instead. According to Cheddar, Facebook says despite the decline, traffic on its other platforms such as Instagram and Whats-App are growing. The number one most visited site is Google.

Party City will be teaming up with Amazon to sell Halloween costumes right to customers’ front doors. They say if the test is successful, expect a similar partnership for holidays like Christmas and New Year’s. 

Starbucks is expected to debut the pumpkin spice latte on Aug. 28, according to Business Insider. Employees say the ingredients have already arrived in some stores.

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