Starbucks' Former Operating Chief Resigns After a Year on LeaveBy
Departure removes a possible successor to Howard Schultz
Ex-Juniper CEO Johnson has filled operating chief post
Former Starbucks Corp.Chief Operating Officer Troy Alstead has resigned from the company permanently after a year of unpaid leave, removing a possible successor to Chief Executive Officer Howard Schultz.
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