Starbucks Chairman and CEO Howard Schultz (L) and Starbucks Coffee Japan Representative Director CEO JunSekine (R) pose after their press conference in Tokyo on May 10, 2013 to commemorate the company's 1,000th branch opening in Japan.
Mr. Schultz has taken a revolutionary approach to creating a uniquely authentic company ... His sense of responsibility for his partners (employees) and the global communities which Starbucks serves is unprecedented. We are proud to honor Mr. Schultz with this award and recognize him as an example of the success one can achieve by staying true to one’s guiding principles.
It is only in recent times that tax has become an issue on the public agenda – Starbucks, Google, Amazon – businesses that the general public know and believe they understand; businesses with a brand that become a perfect political football, the facts difficult to digest; public passions easy to inflame.More quotes »
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