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1,500-store Southeast, Gulf Coast chain will join Circle K in U.S. network
Stock price rises on report that deal is coming "within days," but with whom?
Third joint deal in three months adds 22 stores to growing network
Bidders value assets at $10 billion, but why is PDVSA selling?
100-store deal extends market, expands capabilities into refined products terminals
Sponsoring Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful's 2015 Great American Cleanup
Highest holiday travel volume since 2001, highest growth rate since 2009
Will help merchants reduce exposure to breaches, expedite EMV-enabled card acceptance
A year ago, Hostess Brands, then recently bought out of bankruptcy, was just launching what it called "the sweetest comeback ... ever." Turns out the boast may not have entirely been hyperbole. Four of the company's brands--Twinkies, Zingers, Ho Hos and Ding Dongs--have seen triple-digit growth in convenience stores since then, leading a rebound of the entire bakery snack category after four down to flat years of unit growth. The category grew 9.35% during the 52-week period ending Aug. 10, 2014, according to IRI, a Chicago-based market research firm (@iriworldwide).
Three new flavors roll out this month

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