GOODLETTSVILLE, Tenn. — Dollar General Market lives.
The 57-store small grocery chain run by giant Dollar General here, in limbo since 2007, was quietly revamped at three locations this year and showed promising results, the company revealed last week.
“We currently believe this concept can play an expanded role in the future of Dollar General,” Richard Dreiling, chief executive officer, told analysts in a conference call.
Dollar General Market launched in 2003 under the company's prior ...
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