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Corporate news affecting the convenience store industry

Zero Zone Inc. has announced that the company has been acquired in a management-led buyout backed by a local Milwaukee investment group.

NORTH PRAIRIE, Wis. -- Zero Zone Inc. has announced that the company has been acquired in a management-led buyout backed by a local Milwaukee investment group. The sale, which took effect Feb. 24, 2006, once again makes Zero Zone a privately held company with plants in North Prairie and Genesee,...

Getty Realty completes acquisition of 18 properties

JERICHO, N.Y. -- Getty Realty Corp. said that it has completed the previously announced acquisition of 18 retail motor fuel and convenience store properties located in western New York from Arrow Mart Convenience Stores of Caledonia, N.Y. As reported in CSP Daily News , with the completion of the...

Reports big full-year, 4Q financials

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- Giant Industries Inc. has reported full-year 2005 net earnings of $103.9 million or $7.62 per diluted share versus net earnings of $16.2 million or $1.42 per diluted share in 2004. For fourth-quarter 2005, net earnings were $26.6 million or $1.82 per diluted share compared to...

10 convenience stores up for sale on the Eastern Shore of Virginia
Pilot Travel Centers LLC has promoted Laura Palenkas to director of merchandising.
More convenience, less merchandise for financially troubled chain
Hall of famer helps WPMA attendees navigate with confidence
First Coast Energy opens two more c-stores
Prime Time Group Inc. said PR-7 Acquisition LLC has acquired all of the outstanding shares of the exclusive 7-Eleven area licensee for Puerto Rico.
Nilsen previously was international Coca-Cola exec

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