CHICAGO -- Satisfied with the early results at more than 40 new convenience-store cafes, petroleum giant BP is getting ready to enter new markets with another 30 stores under construction. BP launched the Wild Bean Cafe in the Atlanta, Orlando (Fla.), Indianapolis and Chicago markets, and now plans to move into new markets, including New York City and Denver. The company had high expectations for boosting food-service sales volume within its c-stores when it replaced "normal ...

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