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Retail Employees

Today, Target stores across the country begin selling off inventory before they close their doors for good. That may seem like a bargain for shoppers, but Target employees are paying for the company's mistakes. Matt Galloway spoke with Kendra Coulter. She is an associate professor at the Centre for Labour Studies at Brock University, and the author of "Revolutionizing Retail: Workers, Political Action, and Social Change".
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