(Continued from page 1) During and after the meeting, shareholders and journalists asked Schultz about a wide range of topics, from his opinion on Russia’s move into Crimea (LINK: http://nrn.com/international/crimea-crisis-complicates-restaurant-busine...) (he declined comment) to why there aren’t more gluten-free products on Starbucks’ menu (they continue to test such products, he said).   When asked about the proposed minimum wage increase to $15 per hour in ...

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