Corporate News

Corporate news affecting the convenience store industry

Relocating to Dallas Arts District

DALLAS -- 7-Eleven Inc. will move its headquarters to a new development in downtown Dallas' Arts District, reported The Dallas Morning News. The corporate offices will be part of a mixed-use development that includes high-rise condominiums and retail space built around a plaza, said the report. "...

Situs to market six locations for troubled company

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. --Situs Inc. has been engaged by the creditors of Jolly Oil to market and sell six of the Jolly Food Store convenience stores located in the greater Birmingham, Ala., market. Gardendale, Ala.-based Jolly Enterprises Inc. has faced mounting insolvency issues and has been...

Will manage online daily news and magazine news section

OAK BROOK, Ill. -- Recognized by colleagues as Mr. Versatility for his ability to excel in a variety of positions covering the convenience, petroleum and beverage industries, Steve Holtz has been named news director at CSP Information Group. Holtz, who joined CSP in fall 2000 as managing editor and...

RaceTrac Petroleum Inc. has inked a deal to move its corporate offices to a midrise building in Atlanta, said CoStar Realty Information Inc.
Top performers talk about measures of success that guide day-to-day decisions at their companies
Frank P. Greinke, CEO of SC Fuels, announced the appointment of John Frazier as president of its Wholesale Bulk Division. Frazier, 42, will assume the new post.