GOODLETTSVILLE, Tenn. — Dollar General here will shutter 400 locations next year and slow its development pace for the next two years, the discount chain said last week. It also will deploy a more promotional marketing strategy and eliminate its “packaway” distribution system in favor of a system that is more responsive to store demands. In a conference call with investors, the company said it remained committed to its Dollar General Market concept, the hybrid format that includes a ...

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