Starbucks Corp. is converting three Teavana locations in New York to its coffee brand, and is closing one Teavana unit in Beverly Hills, Calif., as it continues to expand tea offerings in its coffee shops, the company said Friday. The Seattle-based coffeehouse operator said 350 Teavana retail locations remain as it continues to incorporate its $620 million acquisition of Atlanta-based Teavana Holdings Inc., completed in December 2012. “As Starbucks continues to evolve the business, ...

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