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Washington Democratic Party chair on Howard Schultz presidential run: “Just. Don’t.”

Word that the former Starbucks CEO might run for president as an independent is sparking fear among Democrats that he could split the anti-Trump vote.
Seattle Times - Published

Starbucks CEO is mulling an independent run in 2020

Howard Schultz, who has a net worth of about $3.3 billion and describes himself as a "lifelong Democrat," has not said publicly whether he will mount a presidential campaign and has kept open the..
Seattle Times - Published

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Report: Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz Exploring 2020 Run For US President [Video]Report: Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz Exploring 2020 Run For US President  00:55

The Washington Post reports that Howard Schultz may run in 2020 for U.S. president.

Geo Beats - Published


Starbucks CEO mulls 2020 Presidency run

starbucks ceo mulls 2020 presidency run
Advisers to former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz have been exploring the possibility of launching an independent bid for the White House in 2020, according to two people who have been informed of the..
New Zealand Herald - Published

Forbes: Slowing Reserve Roastery expansion is the 'right and prudent course' for Starbucks

Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson told The Wall Street Journal he's slowing down former CEO Howard Schultz's plans to expand the Reserve brand. Market researcher Pamela N. Danziger wrote in a column for.. - Published

Starbucks CEO Reins In Predecessor's Ambitions: 'I'm Not Howard'

Kevin Johnson, Starbucks’s new CEO, is aiming to bring discipline and focus to the chain’s plans for new stores as it recovers from traffic declines at its signature coffee shops.
Wall Street Journal - Published

Starbucks CEO shelves plans to open 1,000 Reserve coffee bars

Kevin Johnson is scaling back one of his predecessor Howard Schultz’s pet project in the wake of competition from Dunkin Donuts and McDonalds.
bizjournals - Published

Starbucks plans to lay off 350 corporate employees, mostly in Seattle

Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson said the cuts are a result of work that has been eliminated, de-prioritized as well as shifting internal operations.
bizjournals - Published

Former Starbucks CEO, Howard Schultz, reportedly eyes running for president in 2020

former starbucks ceo, howard schultz,  reportedly eyes running for president in 2020
Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz has been keeping busy as he prepares to release a civic minded new book while putting together an elite public relations team, according to CNBC .
MailOnline - Published

Howard Schultz, Ex-Starbucks CEO, May Be Gearing Up for Presidential Run

Latest steps taken by Howard Schultz, the former chairman and CEO of Starbucks, indicate he could be gearing up for a 2020 presidential bid, according to a CNBC report.
Newsmax - Published

Starbucks Comes To Italy

This week, Starbucks opens its first location in Italy. The new store is in Milan, which former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz credits with the inspiration for the company.
NPR - Published

Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson Talks China, Nestle, and Dividends

Here's how the coffee titan intends to create more value for shareholders in the years ahead.
Motley Fool - Published

TheWrap Expands Events Division, Digital Strategy With High Level Hires

thewrap expands events division, digital strategy with high level hires
TheWrap, the leading digital news source for entertainment and media, has expanded its live events division and digital strategy, bringing on senior leadership to drive growth in both key..
The Wrap - Published

Former Starbucks CEO: Climate change threatens your cup of coffee

In an interview with Time magazine, Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz said climate change is among the biggest long-term threats to the quality of coffee. - Published

Are sugar worries weighing on Frappuccino sales?

NEW YORK (AP) — Frappuccino sales are struggling, and concerns about how much sugar the slushy drinks contain may be among the reasons. Starbucks says sales from the drinks that mix coffee, ice,.. - Published

Starbucks sinks after announcing a weaker-than-expected sales forecast and plans to close over 100 stores next year (SBUX)

starbucks sinks after announcing a weaker-than-expected sales forecast and plans to close over 100 stores next year (sbux)
· *Starbucks shares fell in after-hours trading Tuesday after the coffee chain's same-store sales forecast for the third quarter missed forecasts. * · *Starbucks announced plans to close over 100..
Business Insider - Published

Ed Goldman: What would a Starbucks presidency look like?

Are you as intrigued as I am by the prospect of former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz running for president of the United States? So far, Schultz  — who also was an owner of the Seattle SuperSonics..
bizjournals - Published

Starbucks’s C.E.O. Isn’t Leaving. Only Howard Schultz Is.

After serving in his predecessor’s shadow, Kevin Johnson will be on his own. In his first interview since the announcement, Mr. Johnson talks about his priorities. - Published

Bernie Sanders: Starbucks CEO 'dead wrong' on government-run healthcare

Liberal Sen. Bernie Sanders says outgoing Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz is "dead wrong" for saying that moving to a healthcare system fully funded by the government isn't realistic. - Published

Howard Schultz, 2020? We in Seattle know he’d be a lamb to the slaughter

The Starbucks CEO has many strengths, but Seattle can testify that politics isn't one of them. That's the part where his weakness cost us a city legacy, the Sonics.
Seattle Times - Published

From Starbucks to the White House? Howard Schultz needs some decaf!

Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz needs to rethink his presidential aspirations. Here's some advice to him. - Published

Starbucks’ CEO Howard Schultz stepping down amid rumors of presidential bid

In an interview with The Times, Schultz, a Democrat who has publicly criticized President Donald Trump, did not deny speculation that he was considering a political career
Haaretz - Published Also reported by •Business Insider

Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz is stepping down

Executive Chairman Howard Schultz shared his plans for retirement in a farewell note to employees Monday.
bizjournals - Published

Brian Kilmeade Corrects Guest Who Called Starbucks CEO ‘The Biggest Racist on the Planet’

"I'm sure you don't mean that."
Mediaite - Published

Starbucks CEO Thrice Denies Knowing About Company’s Donations to Planned Parenthood - Published

Starbucks' CEO on racial training: We want to confront our biases 'and disrupt them'

Here's a look at the Starbucks training curriculum and what some employees thought of the four-hour training. - Published

MLK's Niece to Starbucks: Stop Supporting Planned Parenthood

A coalition of pro-life leaders has reached out to Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson calling on him to stop donating to Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest abortion provider, pointing out that it was.. - Published

Starbucks CEO defends closing 8000 stores for 'race training'

starbucks ceo defends closing 8000 stores for 'race training'
Schultz appeared on CBS This Morning ahead of the training afternoon, to defend the move amid claims that it was simply a publicity stunt.
MailOnline - Published

Opinion: Look at how Starbucks' CEO made a public apology

Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson was prompt and contrite, focused on the victims and detailed follow-up actions in his apology for -More- 
SmartBrief - Published

Starbucks Case Illustrates How Government Police Aren’t Like Private Police – OpEd

By Tate Fegley* Recently, two African-American men were arrested at a Starbucks in Philadelphia for trespass and disturbance. They claimed that they were waiting to meet a potential business..
Eurasia Review - Published

Nestle’s Starbucks deal; oil hits $70 a barrel; a hotel room, by the minute

Number of the day $7.15 billion That’s how much Nestle will pay for the rights to sell Starbucks coffee and tea in supermarkets and other stores outside its coffee shops. Why so much? Nescafe and..
SFGate - Published

Starbucks is rallying after Nestle agrees to pay $7.15 billion to sell its coffee around the world (SBUX)

starbucks is rallying after nestle agrees to pay $7.15 billion to sell its coffee around the world (sbux)
** · *Starbucks is rallying ahead of Monday's opening bell after announcing a partnership with Nestle. * · *Nestle will pay Starbucks $7.15 billion in cash plus additional royalties for the..
Business Insider - Published

Joint Statement from Starbucks ceo, Kevin Johnson, Donte Robinson and Rashon Nelson

joint statement from starbucks ceo, kevin johnson, donte robinson and rashon nelson
PHILADELPHIA--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Joint Statement from Starbucks ceo, Kevin Johnson, Donte Robinson and Rashon Nelson
Business Wire - Published

Starbucks CEO says racism scandal has NOT affected sales

starbucks ceo says racism scandal has not affected sales
Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson said the coffee chain's second-quarter sales growth exceeded Wall Street expectations despite outrage over the arrest of two young black men in Philadelphia.
MailOnline - Published

Starbucks CEO says that boycotts following the arrests of two black men haven't hurt sales (SBUX)

starbucks ceo says that boycotts following the arrests of two black men haven't hurt sales (sbux)
· *Starbucks CEO said that the company had not seen an impact on sales following backlash over the arrests of two black men at a Philadelphia store. * · *The company is closing all 8,000 locations..
Business Insider - Published

Starbucks CEO apologizes for 'mistake' in racial incident

CEO Kevin Johnson said Starbucks will learn from the incident at a Philadelphia store that led to the arrest of two men. Helping to drive the strong second-quarter performance were strong China.. - Published

A women-only island and Starbucks CEO takes action following arrests

Planet Business: Martin Sorrell’s golden goodbye and Bill Gates urges mosquitoes action
Irish Times - Published

Starbucks will shutter 8,000 US stores May 29 for racial-bias training

Starbucks Corp. (NASDAQ: SBUX) announced on Tuesday that it will close 8,000 company-owned stores in the U.S. for one afternoon to educate nearly 175,000 employees about racial bias. The training..
Proactive Investors - Published

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