Starbucks chief won't retire again any time soon

Howard Schultz tried retirement in 2000 when he stepped back from day-to-day leadership at Starbucks, only to return to lead a turnaround eight years later. The experience showed Schultz, now 60, how much more he wants to do at the coffee giant before he steps down for good. "I think when you love something like this there's a deep responsibility that goes with it," he said.

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