Print Catalog Persists Despite Web and Mobile

Even amid the rush to make sales via phones and email, retailers are turning to the sales tool of a bygone era - the catalog. Elizabeth Holmes reports on Lunch Break. Photo: Devon Jarvis for The Wall Street Journal.

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