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Most convenience retailers support the need for a minimum wage but were mixed about the need for an increase to it.
In a recent CSP poll of more than 200 convenience-store retailers, nearly 60% opposed raising the federal minimum wage. For those who supported an increase, most—42%—favored an increase to no more than $9 an hour, below the Obama administration’s proposal of a $10.10 wage. And nearly 40% believed there should be no federal minimum wage at all.
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Mobile app providing free competitive fuel pricing data
Petroleum Equipment Institute updates digital experience
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