In the words of our own @trumwill, “This will end badly.” Starbucks has announced a new policy that touts anyone can sit on their properties or use the restrooms whether they are a paying customer or not.
Dubbed the “Seattle head tax”, the measure was touted to raise funds, combat homelessness, and build affordable housing by instituting a per-employee tax on companies such as Starbucks and Amazon, among others.
Starbucks and Walgreens have each made a heavy pitch to be beloved by their local communities. So why are the results so very different? Tod Kelly suggests it all comes down to what you truly believe.
A small conundrum comes along with what looks like great news.