SEATTLE As Starbucks prepares to release this week third-quarter results that analysts expect to show signs of improvement at the beleaguered 16,000-unit coffeehouse giant, the company also will debut a new neighborhood-specific location that will serve beer and wine and host live entertainment and community events. The new concept is dubbed “15th Avenue Coffee & Tea Inspired by Starbucks,” named for its location in Seattle. It is the first of three planned community ...
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