Starbucks CEO urges government officials to ‘Come Together’

Starbucks CEO urges government officials to ‘Come Together’

Howard Schultz encouraged baristas to write “Come Together” on Washington, D.C.-area customers’ cups in response to difficult fiscal cliff talks

As the federal government edges closer to the Jan. 1 deadline for automatic tax hikes and budget cuts, but no nearer to a plan to avoid the so-called “fiscal cliff,” Starbucks is urging its baristas in the Washington, D.C.-area to write “Come Together” on customers’ cups.

In a letter released Wednesday and posted on the Starbucks Partners Facebook page Thursday, Starbucks chief executive Howard Schultz urged units in the District of Columbia area

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