Mergers & Acquisitions News

Mergers & acquisitions news affecting the convenience store industry

Buyer will rebrand locations to introduce Mobil fuel brand in Canada

BRAMPTON, Ontario, and TORONTO -- Loblaw Cos. Ltd. and Brookfield Business Partners LP have entered into a definitive agreement for Brookfield to acquire all 213 of Loblaw's gas stations and associated convenience kiosks adjacent to Loblaw-owned grocery stores across the country for approximately $...

Deals bring Mobil gasoline brand north of the border for first time

TORONTO and CALGARY, Alberta -- Two major acquisition deals in two days will result in 360 convenience stores changing hands in Canada. Loblaw Investment firm Brookfield Business Partners, Toronto, and its partners are acquiring 213 gas stations and convenience stores from grocer Loblaw Cos. Ltd...

Deal includes refinery, stations, wholesale business, more

CALGARY, Alberta -- Parkland Fuel Corp. has entered into an agreement with Chevron Canada Ltd. to acquire all of the shares of Chevron Canada R&M ULC, which operates its Canadian integrated downstream fuel business that includes 129 Chevron-branded gas stations in the Vancouver, British...

Central, Plains states see most unit growth in this month’s tally

Why Sunoco is selling, and why 7-Eleven is buying

Sorting out the 7-Eleven-Sunoco deal (Part II)

‘We were a data company disguised as a convenience store and restaurant,’ founder says

Sorting out the 7-Eleven-Sunoco deal (Part I)

Dollar General seeking to acquire Dollar Express locations, shaking up channel

Sunoco deal takes another major c-store consolidator out of the running

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