GOODLETTSVILLE, Tenn. — Dollar General Corp. here said last week its 57 Dollar General Markets — which offer groceries plus perishables — are delivering the highest same-store sales increases in the company. Richard W. Dreiling, chairman, president and chief executive officer, did not specify how much of the chain's 5.9% second-quarter comp increase was attributable to the Market segment, though he indicated sales growth was driven primarily by food, snacks and ...

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