Dollar General Corp. said Thursday it plans to continue to open smaller stores in urban as well as rural markets. Talking with investors to discuss financial results for the year and fourth quarter ended Jan. 29, Todd J. Vasos, CEO, said the company will focus most of its expansion on its standard 7,400-square-foot store while testing a 6,000-square-foot model in more densely populated metro areas and also more sparsely populated rural locations. The company has approximately 30 ...
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