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Grocery, c-store retailer says former exec took funds

INDIANAPOLIS -- Marsh Supermarkets Inc. claimed the company's former president spent about $500,000 of company money for personal use, including family trips to New Zealand and Africa. The allegations are in response to a lawsuit filed in September by former president David Marsh against the...

C-store panel examines best in class retailers to build on strengths in the system

IRVING, Texas -- The difference between success and failure at store level can be summed up in four syllables: execution. Without top-notch people executing on promises from all sides of the retail equation"store level, supplier, wholesaler"good intentions will crumble under the weight of the...

Enhancing, closing stores, changing inventory method, testing kiosks

GOODLETTSVILLE, Tenn. -- Dollar General Corp. has announced plans to focus on upgrading its existing store base by closing 400 stores that do not meet the company's real estate criteria, decelerating its new store growth rate through fiscal 2008, remodeling or relocating a number of stores to...

Brian Wright, managing partner of Executive Leadership Solutions, said that Joe Kilraine has joined the company as a senior executive recruiter.
Station rebrands from Sunoco as part of regional expansion strategy
Myth-busting important when training employees for dealing with armed robberies
Net sales up nearly 30%
Files letter of intent for Chevron station in Fla.
QuikTrip's remodeling in Wichita to feature doorless coolers, repositioned checkouts, more roller grills.
Kennedy succeeds new WashTec CFO Burnert