Mergers & Acquisitions

Special Report: 7-Eleven & Sunoco, the Complete Story

Why Sunoco is selling, and why 7-Eleven is buying

DALLAS & IRVING, Texas -- With the sale of more than 1,100 company-operated convenience stores in 18 states to 7-Eleven, Sunoco LP made clear its intention to shift its focus away from retail and toward wholesale fuel distribution.

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And 7-Eleven Inc.’s more than $3.3 billion purchase of approximately 1,100 company-operated convenience stores in 18 states from Sunoco LP is its largest acquisition ever.

CSP Daily News takes a look at the forces driving the deal:

7-Eleven Buys 1,110 Sunoco C-Stores

7-Eleven Gains Stores as Sunoco Changes Its Stripes

Why Sunoco Is Selling

Why 7-Eleven Is Buying

Analysis: A Major Move in 7-Eleven vs. Circle K

Sam Susser Looks Back at Stripes as Chain Changes Hands Again

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