Starbucks is expanding the offer of beer and wine in the evenings to “multiple cities” following strong results in test markets, the Seattle-based company’s chief executive said Wednesday. At Starbucks’ annual shareholder meeting in Seattle, Howard Schultz, the company’s chair, president and chief executive, said the alcohol and “light bite” offerings will be a bigger part of Starbucks’ business in time. So far, sales have been incremental, ...

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