Corporate News

Corporate news affecting the convenience store industry

Rose, Podeschi departures bring further re-alignment

DALLAS -- As reported in CSP Daily News last week, 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-...

Corporate communications team let go

DALLAS -- 7-Eleven Inc. continued to clean house this past week with the elimination of its Corporate Communications Department, and the full lineup of changes could be announced as soon as today, according to an interim company spokesperson. Cynthia Baker told CSP Daily News a press release is in...

More analyst speculation on a possible suitor for Marsh

O'HARA, Pa. -- Industry analysts said Giant Eagle Inc. is a another likely candidate for Indianapolis-based regional grocery chain Marsh Supermarkets Inc., which is mulling a sale that would include its 160 Village Pantry convenience stores, according to a report by the Pittsburgh Business Times. O...

TravelCenters of America adds Fuel King Travel Center in Ohio
Industry leader Boney was 91
Superstop buys two BP stations in separate deal
CSX study says 2005 shaping up to be banner year for retailers
Mullen joins Jones
Peninsula Petroleum, owned by M.J. Castelo and Indy racers Mario and Michael Andretti, purchased Humboldt Petroleum and its 16 gas stations Thursday.
On December 2, McCullough Oil acquired six Jolly Food Stores located in the greater Birmingham, Ala., market, for an undisclosed amount.

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