The retail theft claims insurers expect to pay out this holiday weekend may take a back seat to those presented by clients with commercial package policies that include business interruption. CNBC reports that demonstrators are taking the Occupy Wall Street movement to retailers with an organized effort called “Stop Black Friday.”
With an established web site already in place and their messages populating cyberspace, organizers are encouraging consumers to either occupy or boycott retailers that are publicly traded to protest "the business that are in the pockets of Wall Street," according to the Stop Black Friday website. The movement’s goal is to reduce the profits of major corporations this holiday season.
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