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Wayne Oil on board to force travelers to re-think the gas-station experience

GOLDSBORO, N.C. -- BP is aiming to make its gas stations into a destination spot with the addition of free Wi-Fi service. The Houston-based company, which has 9,000 gas stations and truck stops in the United States and Canada, began deploying the service in December with help from Ruckus Wireless,...

The gasoline pump island is once again the place to beat least for now

AIKEN, S.C. -- Areas of the Southeast hardest hit by high gasoline prices this summersomewhere between the national spike in prices and shortages caused by Hurricane Ike, $5 a gallon wasn't unheard ofgot at least one holiday wish granted this week: gasoline under $1. In fact, prices as low as 87...

Certified Oil begins rollout of its new store design, emphasizes foodservice

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Certified Oil has begun the process of converting about 40 outlets to a new design scheme by the end of 2009. An old brand has a new look in time for its 70th birthday, Columbus, Ohio-based Certified Oil, with 86 convenience stores and about 600 workers, is redesigning its outlets...

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