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Friends Of Starbucks’ CEO Want Him to Run Against Hillary

Hillary Clinton is still the presumptive favorite to become the Democratic nominee for the U.S. presidency. But high-powered friends of Starbucks’ CEO Howard Schultz are reportedly eager to anoint him as a challenger to Clinton. 351 more words

Friends of Starbucks’ CEO want him to run against Hillary

Hillary Clinton is still the presumptive favorite to become the Democratic nominee for the U.S. presidency. But high-powered friends of Starbucks’ CEO Howard Schultz are reportedly eager to anoint him as a challenger to Clinton. 354 more words

Leadership

Maureen Dowd: Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz Urged to Challenge Hillary

Starbucks Corp. CEO Howard Schultz speaks Wednesday, March 18, 2015 in front of a photo of the coffee company’s first store at Seattle’s Pike Place Market during Starbucks’ annual shareholders meeting, in Seattle. 220 more words

This Baker's a barista: former NBA star thrilled about his fresh, sober start


There is no way to sugar-coat the theme of the Providence Journals story: It is about a fall from grace, or at least from a fall from the heights of professional sports success to one of those humdrum lives of quiet desperation the poets bemoan. 512 more words

HT News

What Donald Trump's outbursts say about leadership

One of the reasons for Donald Trump’s rise in the polls is that he appears authentic. Whether or not voters like what he says, many like that he seems real … unscripted, unlike so many politicians. 659 more words

Apple

Okie Doked

Hey Seattleites, want to take a non-stop flight from Seattle to Oklahoma City, maybe go see the Banjo museum or the Coyote Ugly bar made famous by the shitty movie I saw when I was in prison 15 years ago? 340 more words

Life And Stuff

Starbucks Opening Stores in Ferguson, Other Low-income Neighborhoods

Starbucks’ campaign earlier this year to get baristas to write “Race Together” on customers’ cups was an utter failure, but the sentiment of the campaign—to address racial tension and inequality—is still a priority at the coffee company. 257 more words