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  • Starbucks revives the American Dream
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Starbucks revives the American Dream

With American college fees continuing to rise and students facing mounting debt problems, Starbucks is stepping in with a plan to offer its employees a free online college education. The brand intends to help nearly 50% of US college students who fail to complete their degrees.

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