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Howard Schultz Stepping Down As Starbucks CEO

WorldNews Thursday, 1 December 2016
Howard Schultz Stepping Down As Starbucks CEOHoward Schultz, a self-made billionaire and Starbucks' longtime chairman and CEO, announced on Thursday that he is stepping away from his role as chief executive -- for the second time in 16 years. ......
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Howard Schultz, who led Starbucks as it grew from local chain to global brand, said Dec. 1 he will step down as CEO in April. His next effort? Building the company's new venture: very-high-end coffee shops. Photo: Reuters

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Trumpnado! @resistrumptoday @GoAngelo @hubblecontacts @Keurig I'm sure Schultz stepped down for no reason, right? https://t.co/C112jqlOs8 2 days ago

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