Out of 60 sectors in the Mergr database, retail ranked 14 in number of deals in 2010. The largest retail acquisition in 2010 was J.Crew Group - which was acquired by Leonard Green and Partners for $3.0B.
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2326 53rd Street,
Moline, Illinois 61265
Global Convenience Investments owns and operates a convenience store chain under the Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard name, located in the Quad Cities area of Illinois and Iowa. Along with the British Petroleum gasoline it sells to both retail and corporate customers, the stores offer a full array of convenience store items, as well as the convenience of other co-located businesses (Subway, Domino’s, Sprint PCS etc.) In addition, several of the sites have laundry-mats, car washes, and other tenants.
Global Convenience Investments was acquired by 7-Eleven on February 24, 2010.
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