Carole Donoghue

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Kroger Takes Aim at California Below-Cost Sales Law

Legislation would make it harder for marketers to challenge big chains


Shell Looking to Pump Up Commercial Fleet Sales

Refiners seeking to recover sales lost as banks cancel proprietary credit cards

The announcement that Gulf Oil LP signed a branding deal with Houston-based marketer Petroleum Wholesale Inc. has left more questions than answers.

Details point to strategy motivating "sudden rush" to settle

BP, Shell and ConocoPhillips have reached a binding settlement agreement with class-action attorneys who sued for failing to temperature-correct fuel sales.

Expected to allow dealers to stay on at stations month to month

Some 36 retailers asked a federal judge in Connecticut to stop Russian oil giant Lukoil and companies associated with it from evicting them from their stations.

Company making plans for other marketing initiatives

Readies new co-branded loyalty rewards network linked to department store chains

ExxonMobil gift card move wins marketer cheer; Speedpass promo returns

Alleged terrorist pleads guilty to plan to bomb gas stations, bridges

New Sunoco CEO seeks to reassure marketers, employees

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