• Russian Hackers, Trump Sanctions, China Reforms: CEO Daily for April 17, 2018

    7 monthes ago - By Fortune

    Good morning.
    Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson has had a busy couple of days, apologizing profusely and repeatedly for the incident in a Philadelphia store where two black men were removed by police after a call from the store manager. The video of the men, who hadn't purchased anything and were sitting quietly, went viral and prompted instant outrage.
    Johnson's response is likely to become a case study in how to handle such situations. There is no evidence that the company's policies were at fault, and plenty of precedent for non-customers being asked to leave stores. Nevertheless, Johnson was...
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  • Pulitzer Prize, Desiree Linden, Estee Lauder: Broadsheet April 17

    7 monthes ago - By Fortune

    Good morning, Broadsheet readers! Est?e Lauder adds two female CEOs to its board, American Desiree Linden wins the Boston Marathon, and reporting on sexual harassment lands a Pulitzer Prize. Have a wonderful Tuesday.
    EVERYONE'S TALKING Bravo! The Pulitzer Prizes-the most prestigious awards in the journalism world-were given out yesterday. As always, the prizes went to some of the finest work in the field, but I was particularly thrilled to see the award for Public Service go to the New York Times and the New Yorker for their game-changing reporting on sexual harassment.
    Here's how the...
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