'Black Friday' Busiest Shopping Day of the Year

Today is "Black Friday," a term used by merchants who've been in the "red" most of the year to describe their hopeful outlook for the holiday shopping season. NPR's Tony Cox gets a holiday retail outlook from Tracy Mullin, president and CEO of the National Retail Federation, and Brett Pulley, senior editor at Forbes magazine and a specialist on entertainment finance and electronic retail.



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