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Corporate news affecting the convenience store industry

Retailer put off by regulations; Couche-Tard continues Florida growth

PENSACOLA, Fla. -- Rick Richardson said increased state regulations regarding gasoline tanks were the final straw that led him to exit the convenience-stores industry after 25 years, according to a report in the Pensacola News Journal. "I really realized that you need a bigger operation to be able...

63rd location in western Pa.

WHITE OAK, Pa. -- A Giant Eagle GetGo gas station and convenience store opened in White Oak, Pa., last week, according to the Pittsburgh Post Gazette. Open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. seven days a week, the outlet has three fueling stations and six pumps and sells groceries, prepared foods, beverages...

Retailer manages to make Forbes Best Big Companies list

SANFORD, N.C. -- The Pantry was named the best-managed company in the Food Market category in Forbes magazine's America's Best Big Companies list, making the annual ranking for the first time. Casey's General Stores joined The Pantry in the Food Markets category. This was its eighth appearance on...

Couche-Tard expands store numbers, Shell relationship in Fla. with latest acquisition
O'Donoghue takes the helm of New England c-store group.
U.K. retailer's U.S. invasion taking shape in Phoenix, Orange County.
Deal signals chain's first move into South Florida.
Residents in Voorhies, N.J., thought they avoided getting an expanded Wawa convenience store when the planning board unanimously denied the company's application.
You can beat the giantsor become one yourself: author
Berlin Oil taps nontraditional traffic drivers to battle Wal-Mart, others

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