Corporate News

Corporate news affecting the convenience store industry

Passionate N.Y. retailer honored for customer service, community involvement

BROOKLYN, N.Y. -- When I came to this country in 1983, I wasn't sure what I wanted to accomplish, Harry Singh told CSP Daily News. I had the desire in my mind, but I never thought of myself in the way that I could grow to the point where I am today. Singh's rise to convenience retailing prominence...

Thompson named independent director at SSP/Susser parent company

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas -- Stripes Holdings LLC said that its members have elected Jerry E. Thompson as a director of the company. Thompson currently is the president and CEO of the general partner of TEPPCO Partners LP. Prior to joining TEPPCO, Thompson served 35 years with CITGO Petroleum Corp. At...

Sunoco income down

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- Giant Industries Inc. has reported a net loss for the first quarter ended March 31, 2006, of $12.4 million or an 85-cent loss per diluted share. This compares to net earnings for first-quarter 2005 of $10.1 million or 80 cents per diluted share. Fred Holliger, Scottsdale, Ariz...

Refiner, retailer expects growth in Southeast in fragmented industry
Retailers take notice to WilcoHess' new growth path.
Car wash equipment maker adds regional manager
Dealers play a growing role in recent industry acquisitions
Marsh Supermarkets Inc. announced the signing of a definitive merger agreement to be acquired by MSH Supermarkets Holding Corp.
Dead River buys Shell units from potato concern
Small and midsize jobbers find themselves precariously in the middlesqueezed between the big operators and the mom-and-pops.