Corporate News

Corporate news affecting the convenience store industry

ADM names Woertz, formerly of Chevron, as CEO, president

DECATUR, Ill. -- Archer Daniels Midland Co. said that Patricia A. Woertz has been named president, CEO and member of the board, succeeding G. Allen Andreas, who remains as chairman. Woertz, 53, most recently was executive vice president of Chevron Corp., San Ramon, Calif., in charge of the oil...

The Pinnacle Corp. has named the winners of the 2006 Pinnacle Awards. Awards were given out during Pinnacle's Summit.

ARLINGTON, Texas -- The Pinnacle Corp. has named the winners of the 2006 Pinnacle Awards. Awards were given out during Pinnacle's Summit, a two-day annual client conference featuring general sessions, best practice breakouts, and technology closeups, held two weeks ago in Fort Worth, Texas. We were...

Breaks ground on 5,200-sq.-ft. store to open before Labor Day

YORK, Pa. -- After a nearly two-decade absence, Rutter's Farm Stores will return to Shippensburg, Pa., with a new 5,200-sq.-ft. convenience store. Construction begins today and is expected to be completed by Labor Day, the company said. Shippensburg is an important part of Rutter's history, said...

Up 49% from 1Q 2005
Snack food maker Poore Brothers Inc. said that Thomas Tierney, senior vice president of sales, resigned from his current position effective April 17.
The New York Association of Convenience Stores (NYACS) has elected Dick Verona and LaFayette D. Jones III to the New York Convenience Store Hall of Fame.
Solid increases for merchandise, gas sales
Where will Kaman establish, build petroleum/c-store network? Southeast? East? Midwest?
SSA achieved significant same-store gas sales volume growth
Marketing results significantly lower vs. previous quarters

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