Starbucks Corp.’s net income for the third quarter ended June 29 rose nearly 23 percent, with global same-store sales increasing 6 percent, the company said Thursday. The increases marked the 18th consecutive quarter of systemwide same-store sales growth at 5 percent or better, the Seattle-based coffeehouse operator said. Same-store sales at U.S. locations rose 7 percent, while same-store sales for the Americas overall, including Canada and Mexico, rose 6 percent, largely due to ...

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