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Onward by Howard Schultz

Review: I really enjoyed reading this book. It was interesting to read about one of the founder’s of Starbucks and how he came about making the decisions he made as CEO and founder to keep the core values Starbucks has as well as making it keep up with the times. 141 more words

Book Reviews

An Open Letter to Howard Schultz: Is Starbucks starting to lose its mission again?

Dear Howard,

Firstly, I have to say, your book, Onward has been a huge source of inspiration, guidance & thought creation for me. I personally connected to your story so much and have been so inspired by how you and your team have refocused around Starbucks mission – 446 more words


Starbucks is bringing its Teavana brand to India

Starbucks is about to take its specialty Teavana brand to the world’s second most populous country, hoping to turn India’s increasing consumption of the beverage into profit. 157 more words

An Open Letter of Thanks to Howard Schultz and Starbucks Employees in FL

Have you ever lost your wallet or purse, or something of such value that your heart hurt and your stress level soared?

What follows was written by my mom, Susan Skelly, to share proof of good people in the world. 405 more words

Living Life

NationSwell Aims To Be a BuzzFeed for Social Good

Two years ago, Greg Behrman quietly launched NationSwell, a digital media website focused on publishing stories about “grassroots solutions to our nation’s problems.”

Since then, NationSwell has evolved into something more complex, with loftier goals. 968 more words


TEDx Teen 2014, London, Remarkable Disruptors: Ankit Shah

In 2014 I had the pleasure of being invited to a TEDx event, and I was able to witness a number of remarkable individuals who were doing remarkable things, creating value and impact throughout the world. 446 more words

The 6 most generous CEOs of 2015

In 2015, a decent health plan and some semblance of a 401(k) was not quite enough for many employees to feel special. In today’s tightening labor market, if companies really want to shine, employee benefits need to go above and beyond. 364 more words