Justin Greeves

Senior Vice President of Public Affairs and Policy Research, Harris Interactive

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Senior Vice President of Public Affairs and Policy Research at Harris Interactive

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Today's news that consumer spending dropped by one percent last month, the biggest decrease since 2001, isn't what retailers want to hear right now.

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Today's news that consumer spending dropped by one percent last month, the biggest decrease since 2001, isn't what retailers want to hear right now.

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