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For his "Executive Decision" segment, Cramer spoke with Howard Schultz, founder, chairman and outgoing-CEO of Starbucks (SBUX) - Get Report , along with Kevin Johnson, the company's president and COO -- and incoming CEO.

Schultz said that Starbucks continues to play for the long term. In his new role, Schultz said he will continue to lead the expansion of Starbucks' Roastery premium concept as well as work with our nation's leaders and officials to help move our country forward.

Johnson acknowledged that the success of mobile ordering has created throughput problems picking up those orders, but said the company is taking steps to rectify those issues to provide a better experience for customers. Schultz added that the throughput issues are minor ones that can be easily and quickly, solved.

Johnson said that Starbucks continues its commitment to veterans and is expanding its goal to to hire 25,000 veterans, up from its original goal of 10,000, by 2025.

Schultz also touted Starbucks' opportunities in China, where the company's new stores are posting some of the best performances in a generation. Starbucks is currently opening one new store a day in China, on average.

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