Holiday Sales Disappoint After a sluggish opening to the holiday shopping season after Thanksgiving, retailers were hoping for a major boost in sales on the final weekend before Christmas. But sales figures remain weak. Hear NPR's Alex Chadwick and Howard Davidowitz, chairman of the retail-consulting and investment-banking firm Davidowitz and Associates.
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Holiday Sales Disappoint

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After a sluggish opening to the holiday shopping season after Thanksgiving, retailers were hoping for a major boost in sales on the final weekend before Christmas. But sales figures remain weak. Hear NPR's Alex Chadwick and Howard Davidowitz, chairman of the retail-consulting and investment-banking firm Davidowitz and Associates.