NEW YORK -- In a celebration highlighting 7-Eleven's recent push into big cities, the convenience store giant last week hosted the grand opening of its first Manhattan location since the company left the Big Apple in 1982. The 1,500-square-foot store, about half the size of its suburban counterparts, is similar to the stores that have opened recently in Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, Philadelphia and Baltimore. The urban stores devote a significant portion of selling space to fresh foods, ...

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