Loose Change - June 11, 2007

Wall Street and dollar-stores typically are like two trains passing in the night.

  • 08 Jun 2007

Wall Street and dollar-stores typically are like two trains passing in the night. But a Goldman Sachs deal for Dollar General looks to change all that. "Obviously, I'm familiar with the company," said one portfolio manager. "Although I'm not so sure I've ever been in one."

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