Though the Europe, Middle East and Africa region remains a challenge, Starbucks said Thursday plans for expanding its multi-channel loyalty program next month and building its consumer packaged goods business internationally will set the coffee company up for continued growth. After reporting a 26-percent increase in net income for the March-ended second quarter, Howard Schultz, Starbucks’ chair, president and chief executive, declared in an earnings call with analysts that ...
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