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Howard Schultz stepping down as Starbucks CEO; will be executive chairman

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Starbucks (-0.95%)CEO Howard Schultz dumped his latte on the GOP’s tax plan: “When so many people are living paycheck to paycheck, corporate America does not need a tax cut.”

 

Is he still the CEO?

Isn't Chairman still more powerful anyway?

 

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