NEW YORK A New York administrative law judge Friday found that Starbucks engaged in unfair labor practices related to union organization efforts at several stores here. Starbucks officials said they plan to appeal the ruling by Judge Mindy Landow, who found that the Seattle-based coffeehouse giant unfairly imposed work rules, interrogated employees and disciplined or fired workers who supported efforts by the Industrial Workers of the World, or IWW, to organize employees at several ...

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