Family Dollar CEO Howard Levine will sell “approximately one to two million shares” of the Matthews-based company over the next five days, according to a securities filing Monday afternoon. The transaction could be worth $78.8 million to $157.4 million, according to Family Dollar’s closing stock price Monday.
Family Dollar CEO Howard Levine will sell “approximately one to two million shares” of the Matthews-based company over the next five days, according to a securities filing Monday afternoon. The transaction could be worth $78.8 million to $157.4 million, according to Family Dollar’s closing stock price Monday. T. Ortega Gaines ogaines@charlotteobserver.com
Family Dollar CEO Howard Levine will sell “approximately one to two million shares” of the Matthews-based company over the next five days, according to a securities filing Monday afternoon. The transaction could be worth $78.8 million to $157.4 million, according to Family Dollar’s closing stock price Monday. T. Ortega Gaines ogaines@charlotteobserver.com

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