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Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson Honored at Final City Council Meeting

SACRAMENTO — Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson said his goodbyes after serving eight years at his final regular city council meeting. The California state Assembly, state Senate and the Sacramento City Council itself all gave resolutions expressing gratitude to Johnson at a reception in the lobby of city hall. 303 more words

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Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson Attends Final City Council Meeting

SACRAMENTO — He was a kid from Oak Park, who became an NBA star — turned mayor of Sacramento. For eight years, Kevin Johnson sat at the head of city council chambers, a seat he’ll occupy for the last time Tuesday night. 326 more words

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Howard Schultz Steps Down as Starbucks CEO

Today, Starbucks announced that Howard Schultz is stepping down from his position as CEO. But Schultz isn’t completely leaving the company. The 63-year-old is taking on the role of executive chairman beginning on April 3, 2017. 292 more words


Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz to step down

NEW YORK – Starbucks says CEO Howard Schultz, who transformed the chain into a global coffee brand, is stepping down from that role at the coffee chain that he joined more than 30 years ago. 199 more words


Michelle Rhee Not Aiming For Position In Trump Administration

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – With speculation flying after meeting with President-elect Donald Trump, Michelle Rhee released a statement aiming to clarify her intentions.

Rhee, the wife of current Sacramento mayor Kevin Johnson, was among the flurry of people to meet with Trump over the weekend. 173 more words


Sacramento First Lady, Educator Michelle Rhee, Meets With Trump

BEDMINSTER, N.J. (CBS/AP) — President-elect Donald Trump met Saturday with education activists at his private golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey.

Michelle Rhee, a former chancellor of Washington, D.C., schools, came to meet with Trump Saturday, accompanied by her husband Kevin Johnson, a former professional basketball player and the Democratic mayor of Sacramento. 66 more words