High court rejects retailers' request to hear debit-card interchange fee case.
The hunger for store-level data—everything from real-time turns to targeted mobile rewards—has sparked new thinking about how data flows from the store to cloud.
Convenience-store operators are some of the most progressive U.S. businesses, providing new services at an increasing rate. But with progress and innovation comes more challenges of data security.
Apple Pay is now in play. And so the consumer chapter begins in a saga that will potentially make all the difference for convenience retailers on either side of the mobile-wallet debate.
While large retail-petroleum chains are making some of the biggest news for installing compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling infrastructure, smaller convenience-store chains are also finding opportunity in the alternative fuel. For Rainbo Oil Co., which has 14 Kwik Stop locations in Iowa, it was an offer that was in line with the company’s brand.
Opponents of California’s complex cap-and-trade framework say the state should have just implemented a simple carbon tax.
What starts in California—the biggest state by population—often finds its way to the rest of the union, making two big regulatory moves about to hit its fuel marketers of interest to the entire industry.
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