SEATTLE Starbucks Coffee, based here, is offering a store-locator service in North America for users of cell phones and wireless computing devices capable of text messaging or Internet browsing. The initiative also targets thirsty adherents of in-car global positioning satellite navigation technology. "Thousands of customer calls come in each year requesting help finding a Starbucks store while they're on the road. We've developed this in response to our customers' requests for an ...
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