He suggests the softer "people of means"
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He's not the first billionaire to think he alone can fix the country, but he might be the most disconnected from reality.
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Islamic organizations in Indonesia and Malaysia are calling for a boycott the US coffee company after reading about its support for same-sex marriage in an article published in 2013.
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz has joined public figures across the world in condemning Trump’s temporary ban on refugees from entering the US.
With Donald Trump openly embracing fast food because it’s so “clean,” it’s a real wonder why people wouldn’t be following the ringing endorsement.
The venti-sized building will apparently show customers "coffee as theater," whatever that means.
If Starbucks cares about racial justice, critics say, it needs to do more than make people talk about it over coffee and take a look at its contribution to the country's inequality — which as Starbucks, as elsewhere, falls squarely along racial lines.
The new Starbucks deal might seem like a win-win, but it's really just part of Howard Schultz's political agenda.
The Starbucks program makes college courses more affordable for its workers, but it presents a troubling model for higher education.