Starbucks will invest $3 million to develop leadership and educational opportunities for young people in China, where the coffeehouse chain operates more than 1,200 units in 68 cities, the company said Thursday. About $1.5 million of the investment will go to the China Soong Ching Ling Foundation, or CSCLF, continuing what has been an eight-year partnership with the organization. The commitment will be administered by Give2Asia, an international nonprofit organization that promotes ...

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