WASHINGTON — Retailers are anxiously watching the upcoming elections to gauge how some policy issues might be affected in a Republican-controlled Congress. “From a business perspective, everyone is a little nervous about the election,” Jay Campbell, president and chief executive officer, Associated Grocers of Baton Rouge, La., told SN last week. “Everyone would like to see a level of stability in terms of public policy coming out of Washington. “Most business people are sitting on ...
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