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Strategies: A Risk Starbucks Won’t Mention: Howard Schultz Could Help Trump

NYTimes.com Friday, 8 March 2019
The more attention Howard Schultz’s nascent candidacy gets, the greater the likelihood that Starbucks customers will buy their lattes elsewhere, our columnist says.
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