Ex-Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz defended the company while testifying before a Senate committee Wednesday, in which Democrats accused the coffee giant of "union busting."
Howard Schultz, the interim CEO of Starbucks, is looking for someone who can lead the coffee giant in what is a changing landscape for corporate chiefs.
Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz – who briefly flirted with an independent run for president last year – announced on Monday that he and his wife will be voting for Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden.
Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz on Wednesday said he is "trying to be a voice" for struggling small business owners by supporting a Senate bill known as the RESTART Act.
In a letter published Monday and addressed to congressional leaders, the CEOs warned that without additional relief, small businesses face potential financial ruin.
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Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz slammed the Democratic Party for deviating to the extreme left.
Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz says capitalism shouldn’t be criticized by lifelong Democrats with no economic track record.
Schultz drew a stark comparison to Trump's decision not to release his tax returns before the 2016 elections.
The former Starbucks executive wouldn’t say whether he’d sell his shares in the coffee company if he ran for president and won.
Despite his progressive credentials, Democrats say Schultz's campaign could re-elect Trump.
Democrats’ reaction to a Schultz presidential run icier than a Starbucks Frappuccino
Americans are "disgusted" and "embarrassed," the former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz said.
The far left and far right are not working together for the good of Americans, said former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz.
The former Starbucks CEO is not a fan of President Trump.
Since 1999, Schultz has contributed about two-and-a-half percent of his vast wealth to the family nonprofit.
Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz said Trump is insecure and regards his Twitter attacks as a sign of weakness.
The former Starbucks CEO has not been shy about voicing his political opinions.
“We’re living at a most fragile time,” Schultz said during a 60 Minutes interview.