Corporate News

Corporate news affecting the convenience store industry

U.S. chain also rolling out cell-phone program

DALLAS -- As 7-Eleven Inc. begins operating as a wholly owned subsidiary of Seven-Eleven Japan Co. and its parent company, Seven & I Holdings Co., it's doing so with an infusion of cash. Seven-Eleven Japan Co. is investing a combined $2.21 billion in two holding companies of 7-Eleven Inc.,...

Bouchard accepts Retailer Leader award in Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS -- Demonstrating his signature affability and self-effacing wit, Alain Bouchard, CEO of Circle K's parent company, Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc., graciously accepted the CSP Retailer Leader of the Year award before a packed banquet hall at the Four Seasons in Las Vegas last Thursday...

Petro Stopping Centers announces 3Q results

EL PASO, Texas -- Petro Stopping Centers LP recently announced its operating results for the third quarter ended Sept. 30, 2005. Net revenue for third-quarter 2005 of $509.1 million was $170.9 million, or 50.5%, higher than the same period in 2004, with comparable unit revenues increasing $136.2...

Appoints Mansharamani SVP innovation & insights
Retailer rolls out new c-store concept with nod to Wawa, Sheetz
A myriad of paths can help convenience retailers reach three crucial goals
Piner comes to tech firm from Southco Distributing
Edward W. Moneypenny, senior vice president and chief financial officer of 7-Eleven Inc., has retired from the company.
For great places to work, what benefits they offer less important than how, why
Chain also introduces Shmonsters breakfast sandwiches

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