The chief executive of Teavana is stepping down, and the 350-unit tea chain will be led by the former president of Starbucks Canada. Last week, Starbucks said Teavana’s CEO Andy Mack would be retiring. Mack co-founded the Atlanta-based tea retail chain in 1997 and aided Teavana through the transition after it was acquired by Seattle-based Starbucks in 2012 for $620 million. Starbucks named Annie Young-Scrivner, the former president of Starbucks Canada, as executive vice president ...
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