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Corporate news affecting the convenience store industry

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.

NEW YORK -- 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, topping Wal-Mart for the first time since 2001. Thanks to tight oil supplies, petroleum refiners saw profits rise 57.8% last year,...

Sites no longer meet chain's criteria

LOMBARD, Ill. -- The White Hen Pantry Inc. convenience store chain has placed 15 stores up for sale through a sealed-bid process. Tom Romanello, senior director of merchandising and advertising, told CSP Daily News the sale includes stores that no longer fit the Lombard, Ill.-based chain's criteria...

Long-tenured recruiter signs on as a partner

FT. MYERS, Fla. -- Brian Wright, managing partner of Executive Leadership Solutions, announced that John Shy has joined the company as a partner and senior executive recruiter. Shy joins Executive Leadership Solutions with seven years of experience recruiting for gasoline marketing, convenience...

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.
FleetCor has launched FleetSource, a new company division dedicated to delivering products and services to independent petroleum marketers.
Facility offering BioWillie fuel
Evaro, Massey, Levandoski promoted at pizza purveyor

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