NEW YORK— Dollar Tree said Friday that it has agreed to sell 330 of its stores to the private equity firm Sycamore Partners in order to get regulatory approval for its $8.5 billion purchase of Family Dollar. The Federal Trade Commission required Dollar Tree to sell the stores before it would sign off on the Family Dollar acquisition. Dollar Tree prices all items...» Read More
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