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Marlene Kennedy is a freelance columnist. Opinions expressed in her column are her own and not necessarily the newspaper’s. She can be reached by email at marlenejkennedy@gmail.com.

Down to Business: Incentives, timing make big difference

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Incentives still matter in business. So does time. Those maxims were apparent in Dollar Tree Inc.’s choice of Connecticut over New York for a new, million-square-foot Northeast distribution center. The Virginia-based discount retailer, with more than 4,400 stores in 48 states and five Canadian provinces, already had nine centers stretched across the U.S. that could be expected to support $8 billion in annual sales. But with new, larger stores on the horizon and with fiscal ...


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