Technology news affecting the convenience store industry

Ruling would have blocked retailers’ ability to sue card companies

WASHINGTON -- The U.S. Supreme Court declined to take up a $5.7 billion settlement on retailers’ claims that Visa and MasterCard unfairly set credit-card interchange or "swipe" fees, Bloomberg reported. The move by the Supreme Court leaves intact the ruling that scrapped an earlier accord that did...

Tech limitations stall Amazon Go opening

Online retailer still working out kinks in the system

SEATTLE -- Amazon is reportedly delaying opening its "no-pay" convenience store Amazon Go to the public due to technical challenges, The Wall Street Journal reported. The Seattle c-store, which allows customers to bypass a checkout line by using mobile payment, is currently undergoing employee...

Tool measures productivity of sales and vendors

CSP examines a new ratings system for the industry

Sharing responsibility and access to data key to the process

The generation that uses the service the most might surprise you

Potential convenience-altering trends include self-driving cars, voice-input technology

SpeedLine system chosen for its specialized data solutions
ERP implementation extends to more than 130 c-store locations