SEATTLE A laptop containing private data associated with about 97,000 Starbucks employees was stolen in October, and company officials warned them to watch for possible identity theft. In a letter to the employees affected, Starbucks officials said they had recently learned the laptop was stolen on Oct. 29 but added that so far there was no indication that the private information has been misused.Starbucks said it offered the employees a year of free credit monitoring services, and ...
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