Dollar General doesn’t intend to take “no” for an answer. Officials of the Goodlettsville, Tenn.-based discounter say they remain convinced they have a superior offer to acquire Family Dollar than does Dollar Tree, despite seeing their initial offer rejected. Richard Dreiling, CEO of Dollar General, in a conference call Thursday said the retailer was carefully reviewing its options, “and we truly hope that Family Dollar will come to the table to explore a tremendous ...
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