Corporate News

Corporate news affecting the convenience store industry

Berry-Hinckley and Cashell combine forces, plan retail growth in northern Nevada

RENO, Nev. -- Two privately owned Reno, Nev., fuel supplier/retailers are combining their resources, with plans to open even more convenience store/gas stations and a truck stop in northern Nevada. Berry-Hinckley Industries and Cashell Enterprises Inc. announced an agreement to merge on Wednesday...

Credit-card fees a low point in an otherwise winning year

CHICAGO, Ill. -- Credit-card fees took center stage at the 2006 National Association of Convenience Stores State of the Industry (SOI) Summit in partnership with CSP yesterday morning as more than 450 top convenience and petroleum retailing executives, suppliers and advisors examined the industry's...

White Hen Pantry Inc. announced yesterday the opening of its newest store and two others soon to follow.

LOMBARD, Ill. -- Two days after announcing the closing and subsequent sale of 15 stores in the Chicago area, White Hen Pantry Inc. announced yesterday the opening of its newest store and two others soon to follow. Yesterday's opening occurred at 1508 N. Damen Ave. in the Wicker Park neighborhood of...

Fortune magazine unveiled its annual 500 listing of America's largest companies, and ExxonMobil Corp. tops the list with more than $339 billion in revenue.
Sites no longer meet chain's criteria.
Long-tenured recruiter signs on as a partner
After selling off six of its 11 convenience stores and gas stations last month, Florida's Stop-N-Save is hardly planning to go out of business.
Gygax named COO; other promotions announced
Retailers assess Home Depot's pilot into c-stores.
N.J. company makes its way into N.Y.

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