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Robinson Takes the Helm at NACS

Incoming chairman promotes advocacy as he prepares to battle swipe fees, fuel standards and tobacco regulations in the year ahead. By John Lofstock, Editor. Renowned author and business strategist Tom Peter once said, “Leaders don’t create followers, they create more leaders.” When it comes to the challenges facing the convenience store and petroleum industry over

Flying J Files Reorganization Plan

Ogden, Utah-based Flying J Inc., which filed for bankruptcy in December 2008, has filed a plan of reorganization through which it would repay all senior creditors by divesting most of its assets, including its travel center and trucking operations, Reuters reported. Flying J filed for bankruptcy due to a drop in oil prices and tighter

Is Your Land at Risk?

The question of eminent domain may sound scary and far fetched, but as a convenience store owner your land could in fact be seized by a municipality. It happens more than you think, said noted attorney William Goldman, who works with landowners facing this threat to ensure they get what they deserve. Goldman spoke with Convenience

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