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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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GPM Investments Set to Grow as Parent Company Enters Proposed Tie-Up Pact

Arko Holdings Ltd. and Haymaker Acquisition Corp. II sign a letter of intent to combine, with an enterprise value of $1.5 billion.

Logos for Alimentation Couche-Tard and Speedway

Couche-Tard Reportedly Positioning to Acquire Speedway

The company is preparing to sell 1,250 stores to possibly get ahead of any competitive concerns.

Twice Daily & Sudden Service logos

The company agreed to sell certain retail assets following the transaction to settle antitrust concerns.

Speedway convenience store

This would be the second time this year Marathon Petroleum Corp. entertained offers for the retail network.

Logos for Twice Daily and Sudden Service c-stores

The parent of Twice Daily will divest assets in two Tennessee markets to satisfy antitrust concerns.

Nouria Energy logo

The transaction brings its dealer network to more than 200 sites.

PDI logo

Brand value will be built through customer engagement tools, offers, insights and integrated digital payments.

Stuzo logo

The program has been integrated and rebranded as Open Commerce Activate.

The company acquires a 10-store chain, with plans to convert a portion of the stores to the 7-Eleven brand.

Altenergy has been powering two of the retailer's gourmet-to-go convenience stores.

Logo for Getty Realty Corp.

The real estate investment trust added a dozen properties to its portfolio.

The partnership closes on asset exchanges with Couche-Tard, and brings retail back into its portfolio.

Logos for Refuel and Double Quick

The chain includes 34 stores with proprietary foodservice or branded quick-service restaurants.

logos for Marathon Petroleum and Speedway LLC

The capital boost will focus primarily on rebranding newly acquired convenience stores.

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