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How Retailers Can Protect Their Business Against Extreme Weather Patterns

Contributed by Salient CEO Guy Amisano.  There’s no question that extreme weather has become a much more common occurrence, and its impact on business has not gone unnoticed. In fact, according to IBM, weather now accounts for over $500 billion in business losses every year. This is especially prevalent for retailers who understand that weather helps […]
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