GOODLETTSVILLE, Tenn. — Dollar General Corp. here last week said its second-quarter profits increased more than analysts had expected and that sales were ramping up. The chain also increased its financial outlook for the year and discussed the addition of more consumables, including vitamins and supplements and alcoholic beverages. “In the quarter, we were responsive to the ever-changing competitive environment while remaining true to our EDLP discipline,” said Rick Dreiling, chairman and ...
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