Just a Lot of Sound and Fury

Longo, Don
March 2008
Convenience Store News;3/24/2008, Vol. 44 Issue 4, p3
Trade Publication
The author offers his views on the effects of the U.S. presidential election results on the petroleum retailing and convenience stores industries. He considers the presidential nomination race as the longest and most unusual in the U.S.' political history. He comments that none of the candidates seem to be beneficial for the industries and expects more pro-regulatory changes from the Democratic candidates. He also comments on the energy and estate tax policies of different candidates.


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