In the 1976 film “Network,” newscaster Howard Beale vents his rage at the sorry state of the nation when he urges viewers to stick their heads out of their windows and yell, “I’m mad as hell, and I’m not going to take this anymore!” Thirty-five years later, another Howard — this time the founder of Starbucks Corp., Howard Schultz — is telling people he’s mad as hell, too. In fact, he’s so fed up with gridlock he is urging other ...
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