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Starbucks endorses lying lawless Hillary for POTUS

Here’s another reason to boycott Starbucks.

Charles Campbell reports for Western Journalism that during an interview with CNN’s Poppy Harlow on Sept. 7, 2016, Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz endorsed Democrat Hillary Clinton for president. 369 more words

Liberals/Democrats/Left

Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz (Kike, Zionist Jew) endorses Hillary Clinton (White Feminist, White Freemason, Zionist)

WASHINGTON (JTA) — Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz said he is backing Hillary Clinton for president.

Schultz, a billionaire Democrat who has mostly donated to Democrats and backed President Barack Obama in his campaigns, said Wednesday that Clinton has the experience needed to be president. 74 more words

Daily News

Starbucks CEO declares support for Hillary Clinton


Starbucks “proudly serving” the occupation of Afghanistan
Press TV – September 8, 2016

Howard Schultz, the founder and CEO of Starbucks, announces support for US Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.

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United States

Why Starbucks Is Launching A Web Series

Starbucks is debuting an original web series with a promise to deliver positive stories about ordinary Americans, a vision backed by CEO Howard Schultz, who continues to lament “the hate that’s gone back-and-forth in this political season.” 494 more words

Retail

Starbucks CEO Wants Hillary Clinton to Be President

Howard Schultz, CEO of coffee giant Starbucks, has officially endorsed Hillary Clinton for president.

Schultz told CNNMoney in an interview Wednesday morning that he is backing the Democratic candidate, and that he remains optimistic about the future of America, despite what he sees as an effort by politicians and the media to paint the nation with “cloudiness and despair.” 271 more words

Retail

Starbucks CEO To Step Back, Concentrate On High-End Coffee Roasteries

A few years ago, Starbucks started a mini-chain of higher-end shops within their regular chain with fancier, “small-batch” coffees in an effort to compete with a new generation of coffee shops. 211 more words

How Starbucks' Loyalty Program Change Sent Customers Away

Starbucks’ impressive winning streak—25 straight quarters of comparable-store sales growth of 5% or greater in the U.S.—ended on Thursday as a change to the coffee giant’s rewards program hurt a popular Frappuccino promotion. 577 more words

Retail