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Dollar Tree, Inc. (NASDAQ: DLTR), North America’s leading operator of discount variety stores, is hosting a virtual career fair on Wednesday, July 29, for full- and part-time positions available within its 26 U.S. distribution centers.
Dollar Tree and Family Dollar will no longer require shoppers to wear masks inside their stores but will instead "request" they do so.
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Dollar Tree shares edged higher Monday after the discount variety retailer announced that it had appointed a new CEO.
Michael Wityniski joined the company in 2010 as senior vice president of stores and became president and chief operating officer in 2017.
CHESAPEAKE, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dollar Tree, Inc. (NASDAQ: DLTR), today announced that Michael A. Witynski, 57, Enterprise President of Dollar Tree, has been promoted to President and Chief Executive Officer. Gary Philbin, 63, who joined Dollar Tree in 2001 and became CEO in 2017, is retiring after a successful retail career of more than 40 years. To facilitate a smooth transition, Mr. Philbin will remain with the Company as an executive and member of the Board of Directors through September
Dollar Tree, Family Dollar reverse decision to require masks at all stores, but 'request' customers wear them
Dollar Tree and Family Dollar reversed course on requiring masks at stores nationwide while other retailers announce plans to require face coverings.
The Strike for Black Lives, organized by the Service Employees International Union, called for workers to hold a moment of silence in their workplace for 8 minutes and 46 seconds–the amount of time a Minnesota police officer allegedly kneeled on George Floyd’s neck during his fatal arrest–or, if possible, to leave work. Large retailers like (WMT) Kroger and CVS have recently announced stricter mask-wearing rules for customers. • Florida’s coronavirus outbreak is “totally out of control,” a Democratic congresswoman said Sunday, with the state reporting 12,478 new cases on Sunday, according to the Covid Tracking Project.
Michael Witynski, enterprise president at Dollar Tree, will become its new chief executive officer, replacing Gary Philbin. The stock rose 1.7%.
The deep-discount retailer still needs to make its Family Dollar chain a properly functioning part of the whole.