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Sen. Bernie Sanders (left) will question Howard Schultz, who recently stepped down as Starbucks CEO, on the company's resistance to its workers unionizing. David Dee Delgado/Getty Images; Joshua Lott/Getty Images hide caption

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In clash with Bernie Sanders, Starbucks' Howard Schultz insists he's no union buster

A hearing for the history books: The resolutely anti-union architect of the modern Starbucks faces the outspoken champion of the union movement in Congress.

Sen. Bernie Sanders (left) will question Howard Schultz, who recently stepped down as Starbucks CEO, on the company's resistance to its workers unionizing. David Dee Delgado/Getty Images; Joshua Lott/Getty Images hide caption

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In clash with Bernie Sanders, Starbucks' Howard Schultz insists he's no union buster

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Yang Bing-Yi started the Din Tai Fung restaurant with his wife in Taipei in 1972. From there, the restaurant grew into a chain of more than 170 locations around the world, known for steamed soup dumplings. Courtesy of Yang family hide caption

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Yang Bing-Yi, patriarch of Taiwan's soup dumpling empire, has died

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