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Corporate news affecting the convenience store industry

C-store broker adds managers

ARLINGTON, Texas -- National convenience store broker TNT Marketing has added three new employees to its team of c-storologists. Mark Carlson is the Northern zone manager. He previously worked as the Northeast small outlet business manager for MasterFoods USA, where he managed all MasterFoods...

Rose, Podeschi latest to leave retailer after Japanese buyout

DALLAS -- Following the recent departures of President and CEO Jim Keyes and Senior Vice President and CFO Ed Moneypenny, Gary Rose, executive vice president of operations, and David Podeschi, senior vice president of merchandising, are retiring from 7-Eleven Inc. 7-Eleven President and CEO Joe...

Japanese company plans to rapidly expand upscale concept in 2006

TORRANCE, Calif. Famima!! opened its second convenience store today, in Westwood, Calif. The store is Famima's second store in Los Angeles, following the July opening of its flagship store in West Hollywood. Catering to an affluent demographic, Famima!! features lattes, panini and sushi, among...

Convenience industry's performance aiming at record.
ExxonMobil to convert Nashville and Memphis Tigermarkets to On the Run stores
Guion was with Duke & Long, E-Z Serve, 7-Eleven
Versatile vet of industry joins recruiting firm
Acquisition would give Canadian chain more than 5,000 c-stores
Sinclair Oil Corp. has sold its last company-owned gasoline stations in Oklahoma, according to a report in The Oklahoman.
All Seasons Services Inc. unveiled its first Shop24 automated convenience store unit in the United States at a ceremony held last week.