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Tobacco

California Moves Toward E-Cig Flavor Ban

Governor falls short, says action would require legislative support

Company News

Milam Resigns as COO of RaceTrac

Is leaving the company to pursue other career interests

Recent Stories

Recent Stories

Many c-stores unable to handle peak traffic and seasonal changes, study says

A gasoline price increase is upon us

Michigan, New York look to end sales of certain vapor products

Special Reports

South Carolina, Illinois top monthly convenience channel tally

How the 1,700-site startup from the U.K. plans to triple its c-store count

Is leaving the company to pursue other career interests

Most states forcing electric-vehicle owners to pay more than gas-tax equivalent: report

As many fuel sites look to replace their aging underground storage tanks (USTs) in the next 10 years, station operators have an opportunity to simultaneously improve their recordkeeping by creating a “birth certificate” for their new underground fueling equipment.

With numerous products available in smaller packaging and a growing grab-and-go foods market, convenience store operators are now challenged to provide more than expediency alone.