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  • Menthol Suit Dismissed

    A federal court tossed out claims accusing major tobacco companies of selling more dangerous products to minorities.
  • Court Orders Koch and A.P.I. to Pay Up

    Refinery worker afflicted with cancer wins $8 million in asbestos suit.
  • Group Advocates Better Fuel Economy

    Slashing demand for gasoline is the only responsible way to fight soaring U.S. pump prices, environmentalists say.
  • Williams Lands Barrett

    Valero Energy Corp. and Ultramar Diamond Shamrock Corp. weren't the only two oil companies making merger news today as Williams Cos. Inc. agreed to buy oil and natural gas company Barrett Resources Corp. for approximately $2.5 billion in cash and stock.
  • C-Stores 'Burned' by Wildfires

    Sunoco has received "viable offers" for the Kendall brand, customer lists and a lubricants-blending plant in Tulsa, Okla., spokesperson Jerry Davis said. The company expects to take an unspecified third-quarter charge to write down the assets' value.
  • C-Stores 'Burned' by Wildfires

    In the Tri-Cities area, Aztex has sold four stations to Mountain Empire Oil. The company has a purchase agreement for the sale of its nine Nashville stores and two pieces of vacant property there to Parman Oil Co.
  • U.S. Retailers Learn From Europe Fuel Crisis

    The office of the Kremlin property manager Vladimir Kozhin filed the lawsuit. Attorney Nancy Ashenoff said it follows the lines of other lawsuits filed by her firm for Ecuador, Venezuela and Brazilian states.
  • C-Stores 'Burned' by Wildfires

    The job cuts, meant to save $75 million a year, are in addition to an early retirement program offered to 970 workers. Those employees have until October to decide if they want to retire.
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