Corporate News

Corporate news affecting the convenience store industry

New retailers position themselves in c-store, gas station space

OAK BROOK, Ill. -- Tesco and Home Depot are not the only nontraditional retailers threatening the convenience store and gasoline channels. Newcomers MoCo Market and Marvelous Markets are aggressively positioning themselves as c-stores. And Biofuel Oasis is making a move onto gasoline retailing's...

Court schedules injunction hearing

EL PASO, Texas & SCOTTSDALE -- Western Refining Inc. and Giant Industries Inc. have announced that the U.S. District Court for the District of New Mexico has scheduled a preliminary injunction hearing to begin on May 7, 2007, as requested by Western and Giant, with respect to the litigation...

"Green credentials make CEO Leahy "increasingly encouraged" about prospects

LONDON -- Tesco CEO Terry Leahy is "increasingly encouraged" by the prospects for the British supermarket giant's entry into the United States in the autumn as demand for healthy and organic foods grow, said a Reuters report. Announcing a record 2.5 billion pound ($5.22 billion U.S.) yearly profit...

Increased operating income by $5.4 million
Johnson Oil acquires 11-store group of Shell locations from ETNA Oil
Introducing a digest of recent station and store openings, closings, new owners, more
Decision follows FTC challenge
Latest c-store opening just one of several on launch pad for rapidly expanding chain
Kelly to aid company in finding, training top-shelf replacement
Panelists share insights, field questions

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