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ould spend money on its workers, not share buybacks: Demos' Traub

by DailyTicker 5:43 mins

ould spend money on its workers, not share buybacks: Demos' Traub

by DailyTicker 5:43 mins

Walmart spent billions of dollars on buybacks and dividend payments in 2013; Demos senior policy analyst Amy Traub says the money would've been better spent giving Walmart workers a raise.

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