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Dollar General Corp. (NYSE:DG) Shares Bought by Victory Capital Management Inc

Dollar General Corp. (NYSE:DG) Shares Bought by Victory Capital Management Inc

In related news, SVP Anita C. Elliott sold 2,012 shares of Dollar General stock in a transaction that occurred on Monday, December 18th. Finally, Amundi Pioneer Asset Management Inc. Dollar General Corp. has a 52 week low of $65.97 and a 52 week high of $105.82. The company has a current ratio of 1.41, a quick ratio of 0.19 and a debt-to-equity ratio of 0.47.


Walmart expands home delivery in fight with Amazon

Walmart expands home delivery in fight with Amazon

Walmart has been significantly ramping up its online presence and digital service offerings in recent times in an effort to compete more readily with rival retailer Amazon, particularly following the ecommerce giant's acquisition of Whole Foods a year ago.


Bangladesh edge out Sri Lanka in bad-tempered T20, enter final

Bangladesh edge out Sri Lanka in bad-tempered T20, enter final

Chasing 160, Bangladesh were given a steady start through Tamim Iqbal's fifty, and his 64-run stand with Mushfiqur Rahim (28) after Akila Dananjaya struck twice early. Kept off strike for the first two balls of the final over from Udana, Mahmudullah hit the third for four, took two off the next and flicked the fifth over the square leg boundary for six to trigger wild celebration by his team mates.


Equities plunge on sell-off, Sensex tanks over 500 points

Equities plunge on sell-off, Sensex tanks over 500 points

The barometer 30-scrip Sensitive Index ( Sensex ) of the BSE closed at 33,176 points - down 509.54 points or 1.51 per cent from the previous session's close - scaling a low of 33,119.92 points during the intra-day trade. Among other Asian markets, Hong Kong's Hang Seng and Japan's Nikkei was down by nearly a quarter of one percent. Sector-wise, metal dropped by 2.37 per cent, energy 1.81 per cent, infra 1.75 per cent, auto 1.72 per cent, realty 1.61 per cent, finance service 1.56 per cent, ...


Li Ka-shing - Hong Kong's richest man - announces his retirement

Li Ka-shing - Hong Kong's richest man - announces his retirement

His retirement will bring the curtain down on a career in business spanning 75 years that has earned him a net worth of $35bn (£25bn), according to Forbes , ranking him in the top 30 richest people in the world. "We call him 'Superman, ' so you can imagine the weight of his words, which can hardly be matched by anyone in Hong Kong", said Alfred Lau, an analyst at Bocom International Holdings Co.in Hong Kong, in 2016.


Nike brand president resigns, workplace behaviour under scrutiny

Nike brand president resigns, workplace behaviour under scrutiny

The situation is a "very hard time", Parked said and announced he will continue as Nike's chairman and CEO until at least 2020. Edwards was not specifically implicated, ESPN reports . Nike made Elliott Hill, formerly president of Nike Geographies, president of the company's consumer and marketplace group. We are going to be doing a comprehensive review of our HR systems and practices along with elevating our complaint process for matter of respect issues.