Case Study on Fuel Stations

Since many Americans buy gasoline on a regular basis, one would think that operating a fuel station would be both lucrative and recession proof. But in truth, it’s a business that runs on razor-thin margins and, sometimes, at the mercy of public opinion. One miscalculation on the part of management or a tragic accident leading to an oil spill can throw that precarious balance into a death spiral.

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