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Former operations exec replaces Keyes as president and CEO at 7-Eleven

DALLAS -- As reported yesterday in a CSP Daily News Flash, Joseph M. DePinto has been named president and chief executive officer of 7-Eleven Inc. effective December 1. He will replace Jim Keyes, who retired from the company earlier this month. DePinto will oversee all strategic, operational and...

19 c-store retailers make Forbes privately held list

WEST DES MOINES, Iowa -- Nineteen convenience store companies cracked Forbes list of America's largest privately held companies, beginning with Flying J at No. 30. Each year Forbes magazine researches and analyzes companies for its Largest Privately Held Companies feature. Companies were ranked...

Hartman leads 2006 slate of officers

LAS VEGAS -- The National Association of Convenience Stores announced the election of its 2006 Executive Committee at the association's board meeting on Nov. 18 during the NACS Show 2005 in Las Vegas. Scott Hartman, president of York, Pa.-based CHR Corp., which operates 50 Rutter's Farm Stores in...

New NACS chairman keeps eye on industry innovation
U.S. chain also rolling out cell-phone program
Appoints Mansharamani SVP innovation & insights
Bouchard accepts Retailer Leader award in Las Vegas
Petro Stopping Centers announces 3Q results
Retailer rolls out new c-store concept with nod to Wawa, Sheetz
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