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1. 7-Eleven's DePinto on 'Undercover Mission'
A recent episode of "Undercover Boss" featured 7-Eleven Inc. President and CEO Joe DePinto, who went undercover in disguise as 7-Eleven store employee "Danny Rossi" to get an up-close, personal look at store operations.
2. Quinzos' Goal:
Be C-stores' Premier QSR
Quiznos wants to become the premier quick-service restaurant partner for convenience retailers, and is revamping its presence and launching a new breakfast program.
3. 7-Eleven Scores
$1.5 Million-Plus on "Undercover Boss" Media Value
7-Eleven Inc. made a big media splash by receiving more than $1.5 million in media value when its CEO, Joe DePino, appeared on one of CBS's newest hit shows, "Undercover Boss."
4. Shell to Reduce Executive Salaries
Royal Dutch Shell PLC, parent company to Shell Oil Co., unveiled far-reaching changes it is making to the way it rewards senior managers.
Positioned for Growth
At its annual presentation to investment analysts at the New York Stock Exchange, ExxonMobil executives shared the company's 2009 results during a challenging year and revealed plans for the upcoming year.