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7-Eleven, ExxonMobil among Top 50 Military-Friendly Employers

PITTSBURGH -- 7-Eleven Inc. and Exxon Mobil Corp. have made the list of America's Top 50 Military-Friendly Employers in the fourth annualranking published by G.I. Jobs magazine. The annual list is a who's who of large corporations that have made the greatest effort and have had the greatest success...

Sheetz featured in closeup on one of the 394 largest private companies

ALTOONA, Pa. -- Convenience and grocery store companies filled a healthy 45 of the 394 slots on Forbes' latest America's Largest Private Companies list released this monthFlying J, QuikTrip and Sinclair Oil, key among them. And as the magazine highlights some of those companies on its Web site,...

Acquires Ill. truckstop; adds Pronto! Pass service

WESTLAKE, Ohio -- TravelCenters of America (TA) has announced the acquisition of an existing independent truckstop in Troy, Ill., just east of St. Louis, located on I-55/I-77 and State Route 162 at exit 18, to its growing network of travel centers. The full-service restaurant is open 24 hours,...

Sales increase driven by new marketing segment
CSP's Outlook Awards presented to C.N. Brown, Moto, Spinx.
No, not George W.; George H.W. shares importance of values, friendships
Acquisitions diversified single-refinery risk
Company president Rick Mikesell said Cummings Oil Co., Albany, Ore., has been sold, according to The Albany Democrat-Herald.
Marketing guru Kawasaki preaches the art of evangelism
C-store facing double-digit fall in pretax profits, Meyer says