Kohlberg Kravis Roberts and Goldman Sachs are said to have sold their remaining 4.2 million shares of Dollar General (NYSE: DG) for about $252 million. The two firms had backed the company since 2007 when they acquired it for about $7.3 billion. Dollar General went public two years later in a $716 million IPO that allowed KKR and Goldman to offload more than 34 million shares. Share prices have gradually risen since the company went public, and the two firms have been paring down their stakes with large secondary offerings over the years—some for more than $1 billion apiece. The last offering commanded a $60.71 per share price, compared to the $21 price point when it landed on the NYSE over four years ago.