Technology news affecting the convenience store industry

Hackers break into Citibank's network of c-store cash machines

SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Hackers broke into Citibank's network of ATMs inside 7-Eleven stores and stole customers' PIN codes, according to recent court filings. The scam netted the alleged identity thieves millions of dollars. Criminals were able to access PINs by attacking the backend computers...

Offering POS solution for small-format convenience, fuel retailers

MILPITAS, Calif. -- XProtean said that it has joined NCR Corp.'s NCR RealPartner program as a reseller of NCR RealPOS point-of-sale (POS) workstations. The XProtean solution pairs NCR RealPOS hardware with its integrated retail management software solution to optimize operations for small-format...

New deal extends technology's reach throughout retailer's operations

WAWA, Pa. -- Wawa Inc. has forged an agreement for Radiant Systems Inc. to deploy Radiant Point of Sale and related technology to more than 570 of the convenience retailer's stores. "We are looking to improve the customer experience and grow," said Howard Stoeckel, president and CEO at Wawa Inc. "...

Website helps consumers calculate gas savings
Gilbarco wins 2008 Microsoft Partner Excellence Award for Passport
Gilbarco Veeder-Root, Patriot Capital announce leasing program
Will participate in key standards setting body protecting payment cardholder data
Former execs, first employees honored
Will standardize performance management on single solution across marketing, refining
Retailer will use new "luminaires" for new stores, renovation.