SEATTLE In a continuation of this year’s “transformation agenda,” Starbucks Corp. on Tuesday announced plans to eliminate another 1,000 positions, as well as a realignment of the executive team. Among the top-level changes is the departure of Jim Alling, former president of Starbucks Coffee International and an 11-year veteran of the company. Alling will be replaced by Martin Coles, formerly chief operating officer, who is returning as chief of the international division. The COO ...
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