Starbucks' Schultz mulling 'philanthropy to public service'
Starbucks' Schultz mulling 'philanthropy to public service'
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05 June, 2018, 02:31
Starbucks Corp Executive Chairman Howard Schultz is stepping away from hands-on management at the global coffee chain, effective June 26, fuelling speculation that the outspoken, liberal-leaning executive will make a US presidential bid.
As executive chairman, Schultz oversaw the opening of upscale Reserve stores and massive Roastery showrooms as part of its new Siren Retail initiative.
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"We realize that four hours of training is not going to solve racial inequity in America", Schultz told CNN's Poppy Harlow last week. "For some time now, I have been deeply concerned about our country - the growing division at home and our standing in the world".
Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultzannounced that he would be retiring as executive officer of the company, and hinted that he might seek public office.
But when asked directly if he was thinking about running for president, he did not rule out the possibility.
Schultz said he was considering "a range of options for myself, from philanthropy to public service", but wasn't sure what the future would hold.
The company made headlines in April when police arrested two African-American men while they were waiting for a friend at a Starbucks near Philadelphia.
"I set out to build a company that my father, a blue-collar worker and world war II veteran, never had a chance to work for", Schultz wrote in a letter addressed to past and present Starbucks employees.
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