Mergers & Acquisitions News

Mergers & acquisitions news affecting the convenience store industry

Hanley Investment Group completes deals in California, Florida

CORONA DEL MAR, Calif. -- Hanley Investment Group Real Estate Advisors has completed the sale of three 7-Eleven convenience stores, two in Los Angeles County and the other in Orlando, Fla., for a total of $10.56 million. One of the transactions had a record-breaking capitalization rate, the Corona...

The Guess Private Jet Co.

Among the more than 25 businesses listed on The Guess Corp.'s website are The Guess Diamond Co., The Guess Bottling Co. and The Guess Private Jet Co.

Can luxury-goods holding company achieve its aggressive c-store acquisition aspirations?

DURHAM, N.C. -- A grand proclamation that suggests there could be a new player among the top 10 largest convenience-store chains in the United States next year raised some eyebrows last week and led to multiple claims that the unfamiliar corporation—Raleigh-Durham, N.C.-based The Guess Corp. —may...

Brings CST subsidiary to Chicago area

ALLENTOWN, Pa. -- Expanding its fuel business and strengthening its ties with fuel suppliers, CrossAmerica Partners LP has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire certain assets of State Oil Co., Libertyville, Ill., north of Chicago, for $45 million. “We are excited to acquire the assets of...

Couche-Tard is integrating and applying best practices from its expanding global retail networks

Luxury-goods holding company hoping to get into convenience-store business in big way

Love's, 7-Eleven, Kum & Go, Fast Lane, Stewart's Shops, Royal Farms, Seasons Corner Market, more

Execs set ambitious goals for new c-store brand
Meanwhile, CST Brands resolves fuel compensation issue
Part of drive 'to optimize and further unlock the value in our retail portfolio'.
Third-generation owner retiring, fourth generation not taking reins

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