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2008_04_bucks-thumb-thumb-thumb.jpgGrowth for Starbucks might be back on track, and the coffee giant has raised its outlook for 2010 with hopes to expand its reach: "After shuttering more than 900 cafes -- mostly in the United States -- and slashing overhead costs, the Seattle-based chain is throwing off significant cash. Accelerating international growth plans 'would reinforce that this is still a growth company' ... Starbucks current 2010 forecast calls for 100 net new stores in the United States and around 200 net new international cafes." [Reuters]

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