SEATTLE Starbucks Corp. on Tuesday unveiled the list of close to 200 underperforming company-operated stores across the United States scheduled to close by the end of the fiscal year, including 76 in California. The planned closures were announced in January as part of ongoing cost-cutting measures in light of declining store traffic throughout the more than 16,000-unit chain. Last year, the company said it would close 660 stores in the United States and Australia, all of which have ...

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