"What happened was wrong. And we will fix it."
Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson has publicly apologized for two young black men having been unjustly arrested in one of his stores in Philadelphia. He made an appearance on Good Morning America to urge that the incident was completely inappropriate and against company guidelines.
FULL INTERVIEW: "I personally apologize..." Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson one-on-one with @RobinRoberts in his first interview after two black men were handcuffed at a Philadelphia store.— Good Morning America (@GMA) April 16, 2018
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Johnson and Starbucks are taking full responsibility for the incident.
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