Starbucks Corp. is ramping up growth for its coffeehouse locations in the Americas region and China, saying any talk of saturation or the inability to find good real estate should be “taken off the table.” After reporting an 18-percent increase in net income for its second quarter Thursday and a global same-store sales increase of 7 percent, Starbucks told analysts in a conference call that the company will raise the number of locations it expects to open this year to 1,000 ...

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