NEW YORK — Americans are still cutting back in a variety of areas to save money, including buying more store brands and bringing their lunch to work, according to a Harris Interactive poll released yesterday. The online survey of 2,576 adults, conducted in January, showed that 63% have “purchased more generic brands” in the past six months to save money, and another 12% have considered doing so. The trend is strongest among Gen Xers, with 66% of those age 35 to 45 saying they bought more ...

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