Corporate News

Corporate news affecting the convenience store industry

And Petro Stopping going strong

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- Bowlin Travel Centers Inc. has just reported net sales increased 18% to $21.745 million for the nine-months ended Oct. 31, 2006, compared to net sales of $18.432 million for the same nine-month period in the prior fiscal year. Earnings per share, net income, for the nine-month...

Intends to open 30% more stores, will dish up more meat and potatoes

DALLAS -- 7-Eleven Inc. said it plans to add 30% more North American outlets and will start selling hot meals to fend off rival chains and supermarkets encroaching on its territory. The Dallas-based company, bought by Tokyo-based Seven & I Holdings Co. last year, operates and franchises 6,100...

Agency files for subpoena power

SANFORD, N.C. -- The Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) has stepped up its investigation into an 18-month-old restatement of earnings by The Pantry. In July 2005, the Sanford, N.C.-based company announced that it would restate earnings for the period from fiscal 2000 to fiscal 2005 arising...

Opens store, donates funds to Y
Gas-roulette promo set for grand openings of 7-Eleven sites in El Paso
Stewart's is reinvesting in the Troy, N.Y., area. The company recently built a new shop at its existing Stewart's location there.
Annual CSP Outlook Survey shows early optimism for the new year
After buying 19 stores and selling 24, Southwest Georgia Oil counts its blessings
Puerto Rican c-store operator reaches into Canadian malls
Gateway Newstands said that it has acquired the assets of the Convenience Store Group.