Dollar General Corp.


The discount retail chain fell the most in more than two months after it said Buck Holdings LP, chief executive Richard Dreiling, and other executives plan to sell a total of 25 million shares. The stock had risen 18 percent this year before Tuesday. The company raised its fiscal-year forecast Monday, saying it expects profit excluding certain items of as much as $2.78 a share.

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