“I am not running as a Jew if I decide to run for president, I’m running as an American who happens to be Jewish.”
Howard Schultz handled Starbucks’ recent controversy immediately, directly and apologetically. Now is he running for president?
The book is less about coffee and more about how he overcame odds to become the successful businessman he is today.
Sorry: hating Pumpkin Spice Lattes as a personality trait is more boring than drinking pumpkin spice lattes as a personality trait.
The milk frother for your latte is probably washed with a knife that cut bacon.
Goodbye straws, hello sippy cups for adults.
“If anything, dark roast is the roast of purple America, something members of both sides can agree on.”
Starbucks Corp, the world’s biggest coffee chain, said on Monday Executive Chairman Howard Schultz is stepping down, effective June 26.
The recent policy change came in response to outrage over two African-American mens’ arrest last month at a Philly Starbucks.
“I can’t emphasize enough that they were not demoted,” spokesman Reggie Borges said. “The ADL remains a key component of our plans.”