Unrig Summit, day three

Today, I attended the last day of the Unrig Summit. There were some interesting “down to brass tacks” workshops I took part in. Plus, a controversial fireside chat with Howard Schultz, the Starbucks chair who is on the precipice of running for president as an independent. He didn’t get a very warm welcome, which punctuated the fact that the general mindset of the conference is not quite as bipartisan as the organizers like to say.

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