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What does the driver of the convenience store "race car" need to know?
Charging stations in central Pennsylvania offer 25-minute charge
A monthly digest from the convenience store industry's online encyclopedia
Chevron stands alone as other oil companies, most recently Hess, have divested their company-run locations. While it has whittled the number of company-owned and -operated sites (COCOs) from a peak of roughly 600 to 330 sites today, Chevron remains committed to maintaining a direct retail presence.
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But many c-stores not meeting basic service, cleanliness standards, says Market Force
For an industry repositioning itself as a foodservice business, the battle for coffee has run both hot and cold, literally. Air-pot coffee has been a staple of c-stores for decades, but that “gas-station coffee” has given way to more upscale beans and a gourmet flavor selection, at least on the hot-dispensed side.
Latest MLP acquisition signals beginnings of a master round of industry consolidation
Acquires seven convenience stores in Columbia, S.C., area from 7-Eleven
Subject of much speculation, deal estimated at $10 billion, possibly more

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