This week in legal news we're following cases against the Trump organization and Penguin Random House, as well as an effort by Starbucks to stop a union election.
(Bloomberg) -- Starbucks Corp., facing a growing union push across its cafes, is appealing to the National Labor Relations Board, claiming that government employees interfered with and influenced election results in certain stores.The coffee company said in a letter to the labor board that NLRB personnel coordinated secretly with Workers United union agents to arrange for in-person voting during mail-in elections. The letter also says that NLRB officials gave union agents real-time, confidential
The success of Starbucks (NASDAQ: SBUX) since it went public in 1992 has delivered outsized returns and likely made some small investors millionaires. Investors need to evaluate such challenges before considering a position in Starbucks stock. Many investors probably sighed with relief in March when Howard Schultz returned as Starbucks' interim CEO.