SEATTLE Starbucks Corp. appointed former PepsiCo executive Annie Young-Scrivner as its new chief global marketing officer and said it has moved secondary brand Seattle’s Best Coffee into its own business unit among other steps chief executive Howard Schultz said are designed to maintain recent “positive momentum.” Michelle Gass, a 13-year Starbucks veteran who most recently served as the company’s executive vice president of marketing and category, was named to the new role of president of ...

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