DALLAS -- For 7-Eleven, the battle to grab the dashboard-dining crowd has never been tougher. With convenience-store mainstays like the gasoline market -- and convenience itself -- becoming growth arenas for other food retailers, 7-Eleven here continues to be a c-store leader in working to minimize the impact from competitive retail formats. To help do so, it has added products and services associated with its new competitors -- and adopted some of their operational strategies as well. ...

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