US retailers weathered the storms in January
By Leonie Barrie | 4 February 2011
US apparel retailers managed to shrug off the harsh winter weather seen across many parts of the country in January, posting surprisingly strong revenue gains in a climate that many observers feared would put consumer spending on ice.
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