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Shared strengths expected, fresh initiatives on tap for Anheuser-Busch InBev

ST. LOUIS -- SKU optimization, deliveries on weekends or at night: These are some of the high-priority projects Anheuser-Busch is undertaking in 2009. But don't blame or credit such changes on the company's recent purchase by InBev. Both projects predate that deal, according to Evan Athanas, vice...

Financial plight indicative of pressures facing refiners, says Journal

OGDEN, Utah -- Flying J Inc., one of the 20 biggest private companies in the country, is among the first in the energy sector to file for bankruptcy, said The Wall Street Journal . As reported in CSP Daily News , Flying J Inc. filed Monday for reorganization, citing the collapse in oil prices and...

Travel plazas open, no layoffs, business as usual after Chapter 11, company says

OGDEN, Utah -- Flying J Inc. and certain of its subsidiaries have filed voluntary petitions to reorganize under Chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Delaware. As reported yesterday in a CSP Daily News Flash , the filing will allow the company to address near-term...

Lundberg looks at the 2008 retail gasoline market
Northwestern wholesaler-retailer acquires eight Treasure Valley 7-Elevens
Hard economic climate doesn't hinder EZ Energy USA from scooping up 42 sites.
Leading oil company takes next step toward transitioning out of direct-served retail
Program to be combined with new loyalty concept, Petrowski says
Englefield Oil buys 43 BP sites, commits to ampm
Cuts some, raises other allowances in some markets; federal tax increase could hit volumes

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