Starbucks outlined growth plans Wednesday that call for expanding its consumer packaged goods on a global scale, building multi-daypart sales in its coffeehouses and accelerating international openings. At an investor conference in New York, Starbucks chairman, president and chief executive Howard Schultz also added fuel to growing speculation that the Seattle-based coffeehouse giant would achieve some of its goals with the help of new acquisitions. Schultz reportedly told investors ...

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