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05 June 2018, 07:42 | Austin Hogan
Starbucks Chairman Howard Schultz To Step Down : The Two-Way
The company is betting big on China, where it plans to more than triple revenue in the next five years.
"For two years, I have offered that Schultz will seek the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination".
Schultz has been a champion of equality and corporate and social responsibility in his roles at Starbucks, and that message could resonate with potential voters. He eventually opened his own coffee shop and purchased the Starbucks brand. Never embrace the status quo.
Last April, Schultz transitioned from chief executive officer to executive chairman, where he oversaw the company's social impact initiatives.
Since joining the company in the 1980s, Schultz saw Starbucks grow from 11 outlets to 28,000 stores, along the way changing the expectations of consumers when it comes to coffee consumption. Taking his place, former J.C. Penney chairman Myron "Mike" Ullman has been appointed as the next chair of Starbucks Board of Directors and Mellody Hobson has been named vice chair. Both are current members of the Starbucks board.
The company was recently thrown into a round of controversy after two black men were arrested in one of its stores in Philadelphia while waiting for a friend.
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Schultz will be the first businessman to join this group, if he does jump in, posing a direct threat to President Trump, with a storyline that is similar only in their basic premise: that they are both businessmen.
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Bill Gates, the cofounder of Microsoft, whose father was the lawyer who helped Schultz buy Starbucks in 1987, said, "Howard has built an unbelievable organization in Starbucks, and it's exciting to consider what he might accomplish philanthropically". "What kind of country do we want to live in?" The promise of America will not be achieved if it is only available to those that have the right color of skin or have the right zip code.
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