GOODLETTSVILLE, Tenn. — Dollar General said it would expand its new store rollout in fiscal 2011, opening 625 new stores and executing 550 remodels. In addition, the chain could resume growing its Dollar General Market format, which has shown some promise after some stores were remodeled, company officials said Monday. The 57-store Dollar General Market concept had been on hold since new owners took over the company in 2008, but Richard Dreiling, chief executive officer, in a conference ...

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