By Colin Kellaher
Starbucks on Thursday said it named three new directors, expanding the size of its board to 13 members from 10.
The Seattle coffee chain said the new directors include Richard Allison Jr., chief executive of Domino's Pizza; Andrew Campion, executive vice president and chief financial officer of Nike; and Isabel Ge Mahe, Apple vice president and managing director of Greater China.
Starbucks said Mr. Allison will serve on the board's compensation and management development committee, while Mr. Campion will join the audit and compliance committee and Ms. Ge Mahe will serve on the nominating and corporate governance committee.
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