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Residents in Voorhies, N.J., thought they avoided getting an expanded Wawa convenience store when the planning board unanimously denied the company's application

VOORHEES, N.J. -- Residents in one of Voorhies, N.J., thought they avoided getting an expanded Wawa convenience store when the planning board unanimously denied the company's application this summer, according to a report in the South Jersey Courier-Post . "We were hoping they would go away, but...

You can beat the giantsor become one yourself: author

Editor's Note: This is the second of a two-part series on how retailers can and are battling Wal-Mart as the big box moves into town. To read the first installment, click here . OAK BROOK, Ill. -- Some owners of mom-and-pop shops often wonder if operations like theirs can compete in a retail...

Berlin Oil taps nontraditional traffic drivers to battle Wal-Mart, others

Editor's Note: This is the first of a two-part series on how retailers can and are battling Wal-Mart as the big-box moves into town. BERLIN, Wis. -- In a rapidly changing business climate, one-store owner and operator Berlin Oil Products Inc., Berlin, Wis., has stayed afloat by leaping from...

The Pantry's latest purchase keeps the chain growing in key markets.
Hess Corp. has announced a $3.6 billion capital and exploratory expenditure budget for 2007.
Rutter's Farm Stores and Rutter's Dairy honored outstanding achievements at their annual employee recognition banquet on December 6.
Retailer mulls the future of the White Hen brand and its legacy
Quartet of Circle K c-stores sells for nearly $3.6 million
And Petro Stopping going strong
Intends to open 30% more stores, will dish up more meat and potatoes

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