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But could a deal still happen?

UPDATE (June 16, 2016) : TravelCenters of America LLC has confirmed that it received a non-binding letter from a private-equity firm in December 2015 asking to have confidential discussions about that firm possibly buying TA. “TA confirmed that the TA board of directors responded to that firm that...

Swipe fees ‘unacceptably high,’ retailer says

MISSISSAUGA, Ontario -- Walmart Canada is dropping Visa as an accepted payment method, it said. Following an evaluation of credit-card transaction fees, the retailer said it has concluded that the interchange or swipe fees applied to Visa credit-card purchases remain “unacceptably high.” In a...

Cumberland Farms CEO discusses strategy shift following sale of Gulf Oil

FRAMINGHAM, Mass. -- Cumberland Farms CEO Ari Haseotes said he is returning his company to its roots following the recent sale of Gulf Oil , which enabled Cumberland Farms to get out of the wholesale business and focus exclusively on retail. That strategy brings Cumberland Farms more in line with...

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