Family Dollar Stores

NYSE: FDO
Family Dollar Stores is nearing the end of its hunt for a merger partner, and prospects are looking brighter for Dollar Tree.
Friday's top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen from Wall Street include Coach, Gap, FXCM, Lululemon Athletica, Netflix and Target.
Family Dollar Stores reported disappointing first-quarter fiscal 2015 results before markets opened Thursday morning.
Friday morning, Dollar Tree revealed some details of the FTC's investigation into its proposed acquisition of Family Dollar Stores.
Dollar General reported disappointing third-quarter results Thursday before the market open, in the shadow of the question where it will win in its bid to acquire Family Dollar.
Dollar General, the king of the dollar store theme, is expected to report earnings before the market opens on Thursday morning.
Dollar Tree reported better-than-expected third-quarter fiscal 2015 results before markets opened Thursday morning.
Dollar Tree will report its third-quarter earnings Thursday morning, but the real issue may be the merger war taking place.
The battle over which company will acquire Family Dollar Stores has shifted from competing offers to a proxy fight that will be decided at Family Dollar's annual meeting.
Source: Family Dollar Store Inc.Family Dollar Stores Inc. (NYSE: FDO) reported its earnings after the market closed Thursday as $0.73 in earnings per share and $2.61 billion in revenues. Thomson...
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The announcement earlier Friday morning that Family Dollar had rejected Dollar General’s latest offer does not appear to have quelled Dollar General’s ardor at all.
A Family Dollar press release issued Friday goes into substantial detail about why the much smaller offer from Dollar Tree is better for its shareholders.
Dollar General has upped the stakes in the battle to acquire Family Dollar Stores with an $80 a share all-cash offer.