Howard Schultz, the CEO for life at Starbucks (SBUX) recently told Portfolio magazine all about his plans to turn around the company. The editors should not have bought a word of it.
In the face of a disintegrating US business, the company announced that it would close approximately 600 underperforming company-operated stores in the U.S. market. The PR spin on the news was astonishingly transparent. SBUX called it part of a “multi-faceted plan to transform the company.”
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