Saturday, March 11, 2017

Starbucks CEO’s Muslim Refugee Comments Hurt Customer Sentiment of Coffee Chain

Via Billy

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Starbucks CEO’s refugee comments has hurt customer sentiment of the coffee chain.

In January Starbucks Corp. CEO Howard Schultz announced that the company would hire 10,000 refugees over the next five years after President Trump announced his temporary ban on refugees from terror states.

The Starbucks stock crashed after the announcement.

And customer sentiment has not yet recovered since the political stunt by CEO Howard Schultz.
Breitbart.com reported:
 Swiss financial services company Credit Suisse is warning that coffee giant Starbucks’ announcement of a plan to hire 10,000 Muslim refugees has clearly hurt the company by negatively impacting sales and damaging the company’s brand.

8 comments:

  1. Let's just hope people continue to boycott Starbucks. Drive this Social Justice corporation into bankruptcy.

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  2. Would any of those refugees be Christian refugees? Oh no, even though they're the most oppressed group in the Middle East Obama said that it would be "offensive" to give them any preference. --Ron W

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    1. Logic and liberals do not go together.

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  3. The closest Starbuck's to me is an hour away. I never went out of my way to buy the overpriced yuppie coffee, but now I make every effort to avoid these anti-American fruits like the plague.

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    1. They even have them in (not my )Saigon now. My friend from Tasmania went into one, didn't purchase anything and said they were as expensive as back home.

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