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Corporate news affecting the convenience store industry

What can the nation learn from Oregon's example?

PORTLAND, Ore. -- If Democrats succeed in retaking one or both houses of Congress, a top priority will be increasing the minimum wage for the first time since 1997. The Wall Street Journal asked, does lifting the minimum wage destroy so many jobs that it hurts more than it helps? In 2002, voters in...

NACS president/CEO gives his read of today's election

PHOENIX -- Speaking before a flock of Red bloods in the GOP-friendly state of Arizona, National Association of Convenience Stores (NACS) president and CEO Hank Armour was stoic as he shared his predictions for today's midterm elections that will decide the balance of power in the U.S. House of...

Idaho Chevron Center buys Crossroads Convenience Center

SANTA MONICA, Calif. -- Great American Family Parks Inc., a company focused on buying and managing profitable regional theme parks and themed amusement attractions, said that it has completed the first part of a planned two-stage transaction to sell its Crossroads Convenience Center (CCC) business...

Casino deal includes stations, c-store
One-store retailers share challenges, goals of working with suppliers
Sheetz Inc. has announced the construction of a new convenience store in St. Marys, Pa.
Isal Amlat buys nine locations in S.C. from Convenience & Petroleum Marketers LLC
Parent company FamilyMart leveraging See My L.A. promotion
Petroleum Consolidators of America Inc. has formally entered into a letter of intent with an independent owner to acquire a BP-branded gas station.
Nearly six-dozen Circle K convenience stores are being outfitted with a new name, Stripes.