GOODLETTSVILLE, Tenn. — Although consumers are generally feeling better about a more stabilized economy, they are still cautious in their spending, Richard Dreiling, chairman and chief executive officer of Dollar General Corp. here, said last week.
“Our basket size is still growing, and we're still growing transactions,” he said. “We continue to see signs of this new consumerism, where people are shifting channels, trading down and changing their habits, and you're seeing it in the growth ...
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