Uncover developments in the convenience retail industry as a result of mergers and acquisitions that could change the face of the competition.
The deal is part of the company's strategy to derive value from non-core assets.
Replacement stores and major remodels also on tap for the Midwest retailer.
The past year saw the sale of CST, Sunoco and Kroger convenience stores.
The company is appointing a senior leader to identify reverse synergies from Holiday Cos.
Company considers California assets non-core to its geographic footprint.
New York-based company turns focus to growing c-stores, motor oil and lubricants divisions.
Hopes to offset competition with Q2 2018 rollout of Minit Mart loyalty program.
Retailer’s growth is having ripple effect on the c-store industry at large.
Low interest rates, high multiples and no succession planning are among the contributing factors.
Industry experts weigh in on whether the retailer will survive recent shareholder pressure.
Many on this year’s list got there by gobbling up midsize convenience channel players.
The seller, family-owned Crenco Food Stores, operated for nearly 40 years.