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ON THE GROUND IN SEATTLE WITH MIKE SEELY : Holding SuperSonic grudge

Jan 02, 2019 - Los Angeles Times
Board and Executive Moves

Late in the morning in the Seattle neighborhood of Georgetown, James Harper is fetching lunch from a Mexican restaurant called Lorena's Kitchen. An aircraft bound for Boeing Field obscures the gleaming sun, flying so low that it feels as though it might land in Harper's salsa.

Harper stops to contemplate whether he could throw his support behind a potential run for the White House by Howard Schultz, owner of Starbucks, a Seattle institution. But Schultz also is the former owner of the Seat...