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Why is Dollar General no longer listed in your stock ticker in the Sunday paper? It had been listed in there for years and all of a sudden it hasn't been in there.

Dollar General no longer is a public company and therefore no longer has shares available for public buying and selling. Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co., a private-equity firm, announced July 6 that it had completed its $7.3 billion acquisition of the discount retail chain. Dollar General's common shares ceased being traded before the market opened July 9 at the New York Stock Exchange.

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