Pumping Up At Texaco

These are hardly the best of times for gasoline retailers. Sales have been stagnant for the past five years. And the slow-growth recovery isn't helping matters. Last year, the nation's service stations sold 115 billion gallons of gas, about as much as in 1989. To top it off, there's all that talk of some kind of energy tax.

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