CHESAPEAKE, Va. — Dollar Tree here on Thursday said net earnings improved by 21.7% on an 11.9% gain in sales in the fiscal second quarter, which ended July 31. Comparable-store sales increased by 4.7% as shoppers rebounded following a slow post-Easter period, Bob Sasser, chief executive officer, said. The company, which also operates Dollar Giant in Canada and the Deal$ chain of multi-price discount stores, said the pace of sales would likely slow in the third quarter as compared ...

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