Dollar General Corp. may be giving Wal-Mart fits in some areas, but Richard Dreiling, chairman and chief executive officer of the Goodlettsville, Tenn., chain, isn’t willing to talk about it. “Rather than comment on a specific competitor, I would rather take a more holistic approach and say that, during tough times, it always gets competitive at retail,” he said during a quarterly conference call last month. “I can tell you that we understand our pricing ...

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