Corporate News

Corporate news affecting the convenience store industry

First Coast Energy opens two more c-stores

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- First Coast Energy, which owns and operates 150 gas stations in Florida, has opened two more Daily's convenience stores in Northeast Florida, reported the Jacksonville Business Journal. The 5,000-sq.-ft. facilities are at the company's new Shell stations, said the newspaper...

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.

BLUE EYE, Mo. -- Prime Time Group Inc. said that its affiliate, PR-7 Acquisition LLC, has acquired all of the outstanding shares of the exclusive 7-Eleven area licensee for Puerto Rico, which operates the 14 existing 7-Eleven convenience stores there. As part of the deal, Prime Time will...

Nilsen previously was international Coca-Cola exec

SEATTLE -- Jones Soda Co. has hired Lars P. Nilsen to the new position of executive vice president of sales. Nilsen will be responsible for all sales for the company and will be based out of the Seattle headquarters. Nilsen has extensive experience with all aspects of consumer products sales and 12...

Retailers find innovative solutions to familiar industry challenges
Murnane named lead independent director
U.S. convenience store count increases by 1.8%, says NACS
Respected consultant Ram Charan cites keys to long-term success
Japanese model establishing beachhead on West Coast as Tesco wades in
Shell appoints wholesale region GMs
Dreyer's Grand Ice Cream Holdings Inc. has hired Tony Sarsam, 44, as executive vice president of operations and supply chain.

Pages