Corporate News

Corporate news affecting the convenience store industry

Departing Exxon exec will assist in corporate strategy, activities

IRVING, Texas-- Exxon Mobil Corp. Chairman Lee R. Raymond, who retires January 1, has agreed to provide transition services for the company in exchange for a fee of $1 million, in addition to other perks such as security detail and use of the company jet, said the Dallas Business Journal. Under the...

$25 million donation creates Bill Greehey School of Business at St. Mary's University

SAN ANTONIO -- Valero Energy Corp. Chairman and CEO Bill Greehey and St. Mary's University officials have created the Bill Greehey School of Business, endowed with a $25 million cash donation, the largest single gift in St. Mary's history. It will enhance recruitment of top business students from...

A convenience store in front of the Glen's Markets store in Gaylord, Mich., will be the site of the second Glen's Quick Stop convenience and fuel center.

GAYLORD, Mich. -- A convenience store in front of the Glen's Markets store in Gaylord, Mich., will be the site of the second Glen's Quick Stop convenience and fuel center developed by grocery distributor and retailer Spartan Stores. The first Glen's Quick Stop is located in front of a Glen's...

Nearly 6,000 total jobs pledged to campaign
Alon USA, Petro in new refinery-to-motorist travel center venture
Mason Carpenter joins ERI
Fulton, Weston, Wilhelm join automation firm
Rose, Podeschi departures bring further re-alignment
Corporate communications team let go
More analyst speculation on a possible suitor for Marsh

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