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Corporate news affecting the convenience store industry

Retailer has ‘very consistent track record of trying to stay on trend’

CINCINNATI -- Calling its convenience stores “Kroger’s unsung strength,” a report by National Real Estate Investor (NREI) said that the grocer’s c-stores “are a plus for the company, since it handles the format more deftly than other grocery competitors, like Wal-Mart.” Based in Cincinnati, Kroger...

Will lead to employee reclassification, reduced hours and pay, layoffs, they say

SHERMAN, Texas -- The National Retail Federation (NRF) and other retail groups have filed a lawsuit on behalf of the millions of employers—including convenience stores and restaurants—and their employees who will be drastically affected if the U.S. Department of Labor’s (DOL) changes to the federal...

Kwik Trip has been rated the No. 1 large company in The Des Moines Register's 2016 survey of top Iowa workplaces.

‘Sunset clause,’ French lessons, more occupy shareholders at annual meeting

7-Eleven growth strategy includes substantial boosts to daily sales per unit

From suppliers to leaseholders, liabilities could sink your business
Shifts focus from 'operational strains of bankruptcy' to growth.
Expansion plans expected next month
Retailer among top dozen on list of 100 companies

International brands make plans to grow in United States as established players eye additional growth.

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