MATTHEWS, N.C. — Family Dollar here is ramping up new-store expansion and rolling out an aggressive store-renovation effort that seeks to leverage enhanced merchandising and supply chain capabilities. During a conference call with analysts discussing results for the recently ended fiscal year, the dollar-store chain said it would open about 300 new stores in fiscal 2011 — a 50% increase over openings in fiscal 2010. In addition, the company is seeking to build a pipeline of new-store ...

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