Kris Hudson

Staff Reporter, Wall Street Journal

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The numbers are in and retail sales this holiday season have increased a lackluster 2.4%, falling short of industry forecasts.  Shoppers aggressively pursued deep discounts, leading to…

Lackluster Retail Sales Bring Little Holiday Cheer

The numbers are in and retail sales this holiday season have increased a lackluster 2.4%, falling short of industry forecasts.  Shoppers aggressively pursued deep discounts, leading to…

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