Mergers & Acquisitions News

Mergers & acquisitions news affecting the convenience store industry

CST’s top executive focusing on running business, making smooth transition

SAN ANTONIO -- To clarify earlier reports, a spokesperson for convenience-store retailer Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc. said that CST Brands Inc. chairman, CEO and president Kim Lubel's role with the company that purchased the chain she has led for the past three years has not yet been determined...

Hannasch, Lubel reflect on deal, brands, integration of Corner Stores

SAN ANTONIO -- “We’re in the business to sell stuff and be the best, and joining our platform with the Couche-Tard global platform is really helping CST join a journey to be the world’s preferred stop for convenience and fuel,” Kim Lubel said during a conference call to offer details on...

New player reveals image, design for its new and renovated convenience stores

DURHAM, N.C. -- Upstart convenience-store retailer The Guess Corp. has released the renderings (see below) for its planned convenience stores with gasoline. The design is representative of the locations it says its petroleum division will build across the United States through new construction and...

Analysts, shareholders parse transaction, weigh in on price
‘Size matters,’ despite divesting some assets to satisfy Competition Bureau
Adds Ultramar fuel brand, dealers, cardlocks, c-stores, more with Couche-Tard deal
One owner to exit convenience-store business
But what hurdles stand in its way?

If Couche-Tard acquires CST Brands, as expected, it becomes the largest c-store chain in North America

High-profile investor’s rumored move could stir the U.S. convenience-store pot

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