On July 1, Starbucks said it would close 600 stories in the U.S. The move reflects the company’s growing economic woes as a result of a plunging stock price and penny-pinching customers. In “Tall Order” (in the July issue of Condé Nast Portfolio), David Margolick looks at whether C.E.O. Howard Schultz can save the company he founded 37 years ago.
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