# Dollar General Corporation (DG) operates 16,000 stores in the USA. It has been relatively successful in...

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Dollar General Corporation (DG) operates 16,000 stores in the USA. It has been relatively successful in some niche markets but stockholders expect increased profits/earnings per share/dividends/stock prices. Your task is to analyze the company from certain strategic perspectives and make recommendations on how the firm should adjust its strategy going forward.

Answer each of the following questions in a "short" paragraph:

1. Consider their business model and comment on the optimal way to increase market power through acquisitions.

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