Dollar General, Family Dollar and Dollar Tree prospered during the downturn, and they're continuing to grow both their sales and store counts, even as bigger and more established chains like Wal-Mart experience a slower recovery. A combination of factors is fueling the growth, including the fact that dollar stores' smaller footprint made it easier to get established in urban areas.
Can dollar stores build on their recession-era advantages?
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