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Corporate news affecting the convenience store industry

From suppliers to leaseholders, liabilities could sink your business

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- As a convenience-store operator, you’re well aware of your multiple contractual obligations. These obligations tend to cause a lot of headaches and uncertainty and span from agreements you have with your suppliers, lenders, leaseholders and so on. In turn, you may place...

Shifts focus from 'operational strains of bankruptcy' to growth

CENTENNIAL, Colo. -- Western Convenience Stores, which has emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy , remained in full operation during the bankruptcy period and financial restructuring, the company said. “We are delighted to have successfully completed our restructuring and emerge from the operational...

Expansion plans expected next month

TOKYO -- When Ryuichi Isaka took over the reins of 7-Eleven’s Tokyo-based parent company last spring, he promised to lay out within 100 days a comprehensive global strategy to reverse the company’s faltering performance and return to growth. U.S. expansion was expected to be a centerpiece of that...

Retailer among top dozen on list of 100 companies

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

Industry veteran has been with Mobil, Arco, Core-Mark

When it comes to store design, one solution does not fit all businesses and not every convenience store will consider a redesign for the same reasons.

There is no shortage of opinion on Guess Corp., the diamond-dealer-turned-would-be-convenience-store retailer whose   entry onto the industry playing field...

Here's a look inside 7-Eleven's first convenience stores to open behind security checks in a U.S. airport.

Grand openings include latest fuel-free restaurant/grocery concept site