SEATTLE Starbucks Corp. was battling a handful of landlords in court as the chain was shuttering hundreds of locations and scuttling scores of planned openings, many commercial real estate veterans were not surprised. —When reports surfaced this month that “In today’s environment, a company like Starbucks is a solid-credit tenant, and landlords are trying to hang on to as many of those as they can,” said Mark Dufton, principal of DJM Realty, a Boston-based real estate ...
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