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convenience-store

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  • In addition to the shutdown of a factory in Chiba Prefecture due to liquefaction, the convenience-store operator said raw materials are also lacking.

    Supplies Run Low as Panicked Residents Hoard Goods

  • I went to class in the mornings and then did whatever I could at night, loading groceries from trucks, convenience-store clerk, mucking out stalls at a dairy farm, sawing limbs for a tree trimmer—which is how I developed an interest in climbing, by the way.

    The Art of Seducing a Naked Werewolf

  • J Sainsbury PLC has launched a big push into nonfood products, while smaller rival Wm Morrison Supermarkets PLC is targeting the convenience-store market and Wal-Mart Stores Inc.-owned Asda is competing heavily on price.

    Asia Lifts Tesco as U.K. Struggles

  • "It's a big deal," says Skip Vallee , chairman and chief executive officer of R.L. Vallee Inc., a convenience-store chain with 60 locations in Vermont, New Hampshire and New York.

    As Wages Rise, Tough Choices

  • Southeastern gas-station and convenience-store chain Pantry 's fiscal second-quarter loss narrowed sharply absent year-earlier write-downs and litigation-related charges.

    Skype's the Limit: Deal Lifts DJIA

  • Japan's Lawson is planning on opening thousands of convenience stores in China's second-tier cities in the next few years with the convenience-store operator aiming to drive operating profit to well over $1 billion.

    What's News—

  • TOKYO—Japanese convenience-store operator Lawson Inc. is planning on opening thousands of stores in China's second-tier cities in the next few years, with the aiming of driving operating profit to well over $1 billion, as it confronts a shrinking population on its home turf.

    Lawson Eyes China Expansion as Japan Shrinks

  • Under the new method, the company's U.S. convenience-store chain no longer includes sales from its franchise stores in its top line.

    Japan Sentiment Revives

  • The company attributed the profit growth to a recovery in consumption after the quake, as well as a rush of new convenience-store openings and department store renovations that helped to lure new customers into its stores.

    Japan Sentiment Revives

  • Japan's third-largest convenience-store operator by revenue.

    Seven

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