Family Dollar

Family Dollar

Family Dollar Overview

(DLTR S&P Rating: BBB-)

Before their acquisition by Dollar Tree in 2015, Family Dollar was the second-largest deep-discount retailer in the United States with 8,100 stores and over 60,000 employees. After the acquisition, they now make up a substantial part of Dollar Tree’s 14,300 stores and $22.25 billion in revenue that has landed the owning company at the 136th spot on the Fortune 500 list.


DLTR Key Financials (2017)

Total Revenue:$22.25 billion
Year-Over-Year Revenue Growth:7.37%
Gross Profit:$7.02 billion
Net Income:$1.71 billion

Company Information

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After becoming the largest shareholder of Family Dollar in June 2014, activist investor Carl Icahn demanded the company be put up for sale and two bids were subsequently received: one for $8.5 billion from Dollar Tree, Inc., and another for $9.1 billion from competitor Dollar General Corporation. Family Dollar rejected the latter claiming antitrust issues, and was acquired by Dollar Tree the following year.

Family Dollar provides quality, high-value assortment necessities from leading manufacturers and competitively priced national brands at deeply discounted prices. This has encouraged company growth during periods of economic downturn as the demand for discount retail increases.


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