Starbucks is in the midst of a brand brushfire after police removed two African-American customers from a cafe in Philadelphia. A sobering reminder that even a brand so motivated by social issues--including race relations--can get into this kind of trouble. Here are the four things they did right. (Forbes Real Time) More
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