Small business owners fear shutdown's aftershocks will hurt holiday sales
Nearly two weeks after the government reopened, small-business owners are still bracing for economic aftershocks of the shutdown, according to a new survey, and many believe the reverberations may carry well into the holiday shopping season.
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