Corporate News

Corporate news affecting the convenience store industry

Properties change hands in Ark., Utah, Maine. Ill.

OAK BROOK, Ill. -- It's seldom that the one- and two-store sales get press coverage amid the high-profile, attention-getting activity of major acquisitions, but that doesn't mean smaller dealssmaller in number of stores and dollar amounts, but no less importantaren't also occurring on a frequent...

In suit, c-store owners allege parent company misled them

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. -- Convenience store owners are suing Uni-Marts LLC for fraud and breach of contract, claiming the company and its real estate and financial firms misled them about operating costs and profitability, reported The Citizen's Voice. Attorney Joseph Lach and the Philadelphia law firm...

Car-Pac covers c-stores, gas stations, more

NEW YORK -- Willis Group Holdings Ltd., the global insurance broker, has announced the asset acquisition of Carter Insurance Group Inc., Tampa, Fla. Carter is an underwriting manager and program administrator specializing in franchised auto, truck, RV dealers and auto/truck service businesses...

Israeli company also negotiating to purchase 60 more U.S. sites
Retailer put off by regulations; Couche-Tard continues Florida growth
63rd location in western Pa.
Retailer manages to make Forbes Best Big Companies list
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.

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