NEW YORK -- The stock markets have been both kind and cruel to the convenience and fuel channel, rewarding so-called activist shareholders while snubbing the tax-advantaged structure of master limited partnerships (MLPs).
Here's a look at how stock prices fared at two major chains when faced with shareholder adversity.
Tracking shareholder activism
Activist shareholders calling for management change or a potential sell-off bring about short-term run-ups among publicly traded c-store and fuel chains.
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