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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.

For sale sign

Niazi Family Investments is selling the convenience stores, plus two truck stops.

Inside of a Speedway convenience store

Marathon Petroleum's retail network is seeing positive results in sites converted in the Southwest and Midwest.

EG Group logo

With the addition of the Northeast-based chain, the retailer will expand its U.S. network to nearly 1,700 stores.

The plazas benefit from exclusive rights granted under a long-term concession agreement with the Connecticut DOT.

The company picks up Jetz Convenience Centers' four locations, marking the fifth transaction in a year.

With big deals carrying bigger price tags, a tipping point in c-store M&A activity remains a possibility.

VERC's new store in Westminster, Mass.

Three stores were added so far in 2019, with more planned before the end of the year.

Majors Management logo

Seventeen c-stores in central Alabama will transition to the Hop-In brand.

Logos for Marathon Petroleum and NOCO Express

MPC plans to convert three to five convenience stores a day through July 24.

A Holiday Stationstore location

Alimentation Couche-Tard is tapping into reverse synergies from its acquisition of the Midwest c-store chain.

The Ireland-based retailer seeks to deliver on three core promises for American consumers.

The retailer plans to build 10 new sites in Charleston and eastern South Carolina over the next year.

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