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The arrests of two black men at a Philadelphia store have not hurt sales so far. [Read More]
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Starbucks CEO said that the company had not seen an impact on sales following backlash over the arrests of two black men at a Philadelphia store. The company is closing all 8,000 locations for an afternoon in May for "racial-bias education" training, which will likely cost Starbucks millions of dollars in lost sales. "All companies make mistakes," Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson said Thursday. "Great companies learn from them and improve." Boycotts and protests following the arrests of two black men at a Philadelphia Starbucks haven't impacted sales, according to the... [Read More]
CEO Kevin Johnson said Starbucks will learn from the incident at a Philadelphia store that led to the arrest of two men. Helping to drive the strong second-quarter performance were strong China sales.        ... [Read More]
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Starbucks Corp. reported sales growth that modestly exceeded Wall Street expectations, during a quarter that preceded the fallout over the arrest of two black men at one of its Philadelphia stores. The company said sales grew 2 percent at established stores worldwide during the quarter that ended April 1, compared to... [Read More]
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(TriceEdneyWire.com)—Starbucks has proven to be one of America's most responsible corporate citizens. In 2014 following the shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., by Officer Darren Wilson, then Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz took action when other corporations remained silent. [Read More]
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Praises leadership of Starbucks CEO A Starbucks manager overreacted and called police because two black men were sitting at a table, had ordered nothing, and were waiting for another man to join them. The video is a time warp, as if watching this in the '60s. Racism runs deep in our DNA.But one clas... [Read More]
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Kevin Johnson did the expected after two black men who were waiting for a friend. were arrested at a Starbucks in Philadelphia. Then he did something unexpected. [Read More]
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"I am so sick of hearing people scream the word racism every time a minority gets arrested for something unlawful," Trillo said. [Read More]
Kevin Johnson did the expected after two black men who were waiting for a friend. were arrested at a Starbucks in Philadelphia. Then he did something unexpected. [Read More]
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Two men were arrested on suspicion of trespassing last week at a Starbucks in Philadelphia. [Read More]
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Last week, two black men were arrested in Philadelphia for sitting in a Starbucks. In the face of such apparent racism and growing demands to #BoycottStarbucks, Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson announced that every company-owned store in the United States would close on May 29 for "racial-bias education." It's a bold, necessary move that will cost the company … Continue reading "Starbucks to angry Facebookers: We can't deny this is a race issue" [Read More]
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