WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. — 7-Eleven is urging suppliers to help boost the convenience store company's innovative products pipeline, said Joseph DePinto, president and chief executive officer of the Dallas-based chain. In a speech last week, DePinto said the retailer, which operates 7,200 stores in North America, is focusing on the elimination of poorly performing stockkeeping units to prepare for new items. “I'm asking you to work with us in identifying innovative items,” DePinto told ...

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