Starbucks Executive, Prominent in Push Against Union Drive, Will Leave

on Jun18
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Starbucks said Friday that an executive who played a key role in the company’s response to a growing union campaign would leave by the end of the month.

In a letter to employees, whom Starbucks calls “partners,” the company’s chief operating officer said that Rossann Williams, the president of retail for North America, would be leaving after 17 years at the company. The letter said the decision was “preceded by discussion about a next opportunity for Rossann within the company, which she declined.”

John Culver, the chief operating officer, added in the letter that Ms. Williams “has not only been a fierce advocate for our partners, but she has been a champion of our mission, our culture and operational excellence.”



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