Starbucks CEO announces $30 million gift for US troops

Starbucks CEO announces million gift for US troops
NEW YORK — Eleven years ago after U.S. forces thundered into Iraq at the start of a war that would last nearly nine years, the chairman of Starbucks is announcing a $ 30 million gift to help war vets. Howard Schultz told CBS News he fears that with the …
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L'Wren Scott Was "Discouraged," Friends Were "Deeply Concerned" for Her
L'Wren Scott's final days were not carefree ones — but the fashion designer's Monday suicide at age 47 remains a tragic shock to everyone who loved her. Former New York Times fashion critic Cathy Horyn was a close friend of Scott for two decades, and …
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Russia FM tells US sanctions 'unacceptable'
… in last weekend's referendum to join Russia [EPA]. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov told US Secretary of State John Kerry that Western sanctions over the Crimea dispute were "unacceptable" and threatened consequences, Moscow has said.


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