Corporate News

Corporate news affecting the convenience store industry

‘First installment of its commitment’ for more Treasure State sites

OKLAHOMA CITY -- Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores Inc. has entered its 41st state: Montana. The chain, which operates more than 420 locations, opened its first Montana travel stop along Interstate 90 near Hardin, Mont. It joins a recent group of convenience-store retailers expanding or...

Secretary of Labor withdraws informal guidance

WASHINGTON -- Franchisors’ fears of being held legally accountable for franchisees’ employment practices were calmed by the U.S. Department of Labor’s decision to rescind a redefinition of the joint-employer standard. On June 7, U.S. Secretary of Labor Alexander Acosta withdrew the Labor Department...

Operations task force, loyalty program, third distribution center in the cards

Travel-stop chain promotes two former Pilot Flying J executives
Former Cowboys, Pantry fuel hauler operates in three states

Guess which c-store operator is changing its name?

Which of the combined company’s c-store brands will benefit from synergies?

Also, dropdown proceeds spur share repurchase

Executive changes, share repurchasing come ahead of Speedway spinoff decision

First territory rep rolling out ‘Urban Superette’ c-stores in San Diego

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