Howard Schultz

CHONGQING, CHINA - FEBRUARY 16: (CHINA OUT) Howard Schultz, president of the US Starbucks coffee chain, drinks a cup of coffee in the first Starbucks store on February 16, 2006 in Chongqing Municipality, China. Starbucks is taking the plunge into the Chongqing market. The Chinese coffee market is expected to …

Howard Schultz Hits Trump on Trade: ‘Our Problem Is Not China’

In his first sit-down interview since announcing plans to step down as Starbucks’ executive chairman, Howard Schultz said that he does not understand President Donald Trump’s trade battle with China and that the communist nation’s economic aggression is not a problem.

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Starbucks CEO Ducks Question About Hiring Refugees Instead of Americans

Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz dodged questions asking him to explain why he is damaging shareholders’ investment in the company by promising to hire thousands of refugees instead of Americans. Starbucks’ pro-refugee, anti-American policy announced in January is “based on principle” instead of


Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz to Step Down in April

Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz will step down from his position at the company within the next month. This decision comes after the company’s pledge to hire 10,000 refugees to protest President Trump’s temporary travel halt. The Daily Mail reports that Howard

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Warren: Selective Rage of Yuppie Coffee

Today the world is experiencing “the largest migration of displaced people in the history of the world.” How big of a forced migration? The number is approximately 65 million. A sickening commentary when one thinks back to the horrors of WWII.

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Starbucks Tells U.S. Veterans Why Company Will Hire Refugees Instead

On the heels of a statement by coffee giant Starbucks that it intended to hire “10,000 refugees” instead of America’s out of work veterans, the company issued a second statement to explain to veterans that the company doesn’t actually hate them.