Latte Laborers Take on a Latte-Liberal Business

ON March 30, the National Labor Relations Board’s New York office delivered a stinging accusation against one of the city’s — and the nation’s — most popular retail outlets. The labor board charged that Starbucks, the ubiquitous coffee chain, committed 30 violations of law in the process of trying to ward off union activity at four Manhattan outlets.

This may be the latest salvo in a new kind of labor battle: union workers versus corporate do-gooders.

From Latte Laborers Take on a Latte-Liberal Business

Interesting article on Starbucks’ the corporate image versus Starbucks’ the coffee company.