Starbucks on Monday opened its 100th location in Beijing, saying the coffeehouse chain is on track in its commitment to build China into its second largest market outside the U.S. by 2014. The newest store in Beijing’s Solana International Business District is also the first in China to be staffed by certified Coffee Masters, a designation given to baristas that have completed a rigorous certification process that earns them the right to wear a black apron, the company said. To ...

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