Mergers & Acquisitions News

Mergers & acquisitions news affecting the convenience store industry

Sells convenience stores to diversified energy company

DELMAR, Del. -- J. William Gordy Fuel Co. has sold its company-operated retail network in the Salisbury market on the Eastern Shore of Maryland to Cato Inc. The four high-volume, Exxon-branded sites feature modern convenience stores with beer caves and a Subway or Hardees quick-service restaurant (...

Company will review all bids before divesting any assets

DALLAS -- As part of a strategic review of its overall portfolio, Sunoco LP will sell or consider alternatives for more than 100 real-estate assets, including company-owned convenience stores with gasoline, undeveloped greenfield sites and other excess real estate, the company announced. The...

Considering strategic alternatives for certain retail, other assets

DALLAS -- Sunoco LP will sell or consider other strategic alternatives for more than 100 real-estate assets, including company-owned locations, undeveloped greenfield sites and other excess real estate, the company announced. The convenience stores with gasoline and other properties are located in...

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Titans may clash again over Marathon’s retail prize if spinoff becomes a reality

Analysis of CSP’s 2016 Top 202 raises questions of true innovation

Six formats that skyrocketed up CSP’s Top 202 ranks

Delek U.S. Holdings' acquisition of Alon USA raises question: What will happen to Alon Brands' convenience-store assets?

Florida locations sold to invest 'money in other areas'.
Includes sale and leaseback of 17 properties in Chicago market

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