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Tue, Sep 19 2017

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Seattle off menu as Lavazza brews up plans for 15 coffee shops

MILAN Italy's largest coffee group Lavazza could open up to 15 stores around the world as it takes on Starbucks, but has no plans to go head-to-head in the U.S. chain's hometown of Seattle.

Seattle off menu as Lavazza brews up plans for 15 coffee shops

MILAN, Sept 19 Italy's largest coffee group Lavazza could open up to 15 stores around the world as it takes on Starbucks, but has no plans to go head-to-head in the U.S. chain's hometown of Seattle.

BRIEF-Starbucks says including licensed stores‍​, over 700 stores closed in Southeast U.S., Puerto Rico

* says including company's licensed stores‍​, over 700 Starbucks stores are closed in Southeast U.S. and Puerto Rico Further company coverage:

BRIEF-Starbucks Corp says shuttered more than 500 stores preceding Hurricane Irma‍​

* Says "We shuttered more than 500 stores across the Southeast and Puerto Rico preceding Hurricane Irma"‍​

MOVES-Starbucks' new No.2 starts job by brewing coffee

CHICAGO, Sept 6 Before taking on her new role as Starbucks Corp's second in command, Rosalind Brewer got hands-on experience brewing coffee at company cafes to get an idea how the world's biggest coffee seller could better serve customers.

Starbucks shares tumble on fears of slowing U.S. growth

Starbucks Corp's shares were on track for their worst one-day decline in five years on Friday as the coffee chain's latest quarterly report triggered concerns of a slowdown in sales in the United States, its biggest market. | Video

UPDATE 1-Starbucks shares tumble on fears of slowing US growth

July 28 Starbucks Corp's shares were on track for their worst one-day decline in five years on Friday as the coffee chain's latest quarterly report triggered concerns of a slowdown in sales in the United States, its biggest market.

Starbucks puts spotlight on China as U.S. growth cools

LOS ANGELES Starbucks Corp's new chief executive said the world's biggest coffee chain is making a long-term investment in China, amid worries that growth from its dominant U.S. market is cooling. | Video

UPDATE 4-Starbucks puts spotlight on China as U.S. growth cools

LOS ANGELES, July 27 Starbucks Corp's new chief executive said the world's biggest coffee chain is making a long-term investment in China, amid worries that growth from its dominant U.S. market is cooling.

Starbucks says coffee needs 70 percent locked in for FY2018: CFO

NEW YORK Starbucks Corp has locked in all of its coffee needs for fiscal 2017 and 70 percent of needs for the following year, Scott Maw, the company's executive vice president and chief financial officer, said on Thursday.

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