Mergers & Acquisitions News

Mergers & acquisitions news affecting the convenience store industry
Scott Garfinkel (left) Roger Woodman

"Could this be the year we've been waiting for?" asks Raymond James advisor

CHICAGO -- Two representatives from financial advisor firm Raymond James brought some good news to attendees at the Finance breakout session on Wednesday afternoon at the NACS State of the Industry (SOI) Summit. "Capital markets have improved dramatically since the downturn," Roger Woodman,...

Dennis Ruben

Last year was truly a banner year for merger and acquisition activity in the convenience store industry.

SCOTTSDALE , Ariz. -- Last year was truly a banner year for merger and acquisition activity in the convenience store industry. We witnessed the culmination of major oil company retail asset divestitures, as well as a very aggressive acquisition program by 7-Eleven Inc. There was also a wave of...

Deal first step in plan focusing on Southeast, but with "sites" set on national expansion

BLUFFTON , S.C. -- With plans to expand first regionally and then nationally, holdings company Artemis Acquisition Corp. has completed the acquisition of Travel Center Partners Inc. (TCP). On Dec. 31, 2012, Bluffton, S.C.-based Artemis Acquisition entered into a share purchase agreement with...

Could add more than 600 more stores in America through March 2013
A roundup of recent station and store openings, closings and more nationwide
Chain keeps ear to ground for quality operations; avoids cheap, distressed properties
Interactive tracker takes regional approach to buy-sell activity
Decision spurred by $5.1 million second-quarter loss; also halts hedging
Food Institute report looks at mergers and acquisitions in food-related industries, including c-stores
Shrugs off Wal-Mart

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