News Flash! Positive Change Coming

Forbes, Steve
September 2011
Forbes Asia;Sep2011, Vol. 7 Issue 10, p11
The article presents the author's views on the U.S. political system. He states that the chief executive officer (CEO) at Starbuck, Howard Schultz has called for a boycott of political contributions to Washington politicians due to disagreement on major issues. He also states that the current U.S. administration will inflict damage during its remaining time in office.


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