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Mergers and Acquisitions

Uncover developments in the convenience retail industry as a result of mergers and acquisitions that could change the face of the competition.

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Global Partners Puts 18 C-stores on the Market

The properties are spread across Rhode Island, Vermont and New Hampshire.

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7-Eleven Reportedly in Exclusive Talks to Acquire Speedway

A possible $22-billion deal with Marathon Petroleum and Seven & i Holdings could be announced before the end of the month.

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The proposal would split the convenience store business and Caltex's remaining assets.

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The revised offer comes as reports say EG Group may team up with Macquarie Group to acquire Caltex.

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Marathon Petroleum Corp. has been working on plans to spin off the chain since the fall.

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Its 11 Circle N Market locations serve six counties in the Arkansas Delta region.

Both independent and chain retailers will see enhanced innovations and offers for the front counter, center store, and foodservice.

Speedway convenience store

The 4,000-store network could be worth $15 billion to $18 billion.

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The 48-store transaction will bring the company into Mississippi and Arkansas.

Aside from new branding, changes include a new store layout, cooler resets, food programs and more.

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The 100-plus convenience stores are in the greater Oklahoma City area.

Couche-Tard Acquires The Gas Stop Holiday Stores

The retailer picks up 17 franchise locations with operations in South Dakota and Minnesota.

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The convenience store operator is preparing to roll out a predictive modeling tool to help in site selection.

Smoker Friendly Acquires Tobacco Road Outlet Stores

The 22-location deal is part of the company's growth strategy in North Carolina.

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