- Keurig’s CEO apologized to employees for appearing to “take sides” in a political flap.
- The coffee brand publicly announced its decision to cut advertising on Sean Hannity’s show over the weekend.
- Conservatives and fans of Hannity responded by calling for a boycott, with some even smashing their Keurig machines.
Keurig’s CEO has apologized to employees following backlash against the brand’s decision to stop running ads during Sean Hannity’s FOX News show.
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