US retailers count the cost of December's snowfall
By Leonie Barrie | 7 January 2011
A two-month spending spree at US apparel retailers ran into turbulence in December after a massive snowstorm disrupted post-Christmas shopping along the East Coast and in many cases caused disappointment after a strong start to the holiday season in November.
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