DAYTON, Ohio -- The slowing economy could be creating more opportunities for the sales of home-office supply products, according to Steven Jacober, president, School, Home and Office Products Association, based here. "One of the results of the Sept. 11 tragedy and the subsequent further softening of our economy has been the continued downsizing and rise in unemployment," he told SN in an interview to preview the association's annual trade show in Miami Beach, Fla., Nov. 14 to 16. "As ...

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