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Interview with Howard Shultz of Starbucks

Another brilliant interview by Alec Baldwin (@heresthething – @AlecBaldwin). This time with Howard Schultz of @Starbucks. A great listen for anyone who a) loves business; b) loves corporate social responsibility; c) loves coffee; or d) loves a good story (hint: he’s got a good woman). Schultz is a Brooklyn boy whose father worked menial jobs to support […] The post Interview with Howard Shultz of Starbucks appeared first on Cool Site of the Day.
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