GOODLETTSVILLE, Tenn. — Dollar General here intends to slow new store growth and focus on improving its existing fleet through development of private label, more sophisticated pricing and merchandising strategies, and efforts toward a stronger brand image and a consistent store experience, its new chief executive officer said. Rick Dreiling, the former Safeway executive who joined Dollar General after it was acquired by Kravis Kohlberg Roberts, in a conference call Friday said Dollar General ...

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