with contributions from Lorelei Marfil
 on August 14, 2012

LONDON — The organization and atmosphere of the London Olympics may have received a gold medal, but the retail performance earned at best a bronze.

Having gotten off to a worrisomely slack start, retail in central London started to pick up speed during the second week of the Summer Games, as traffic-shy locals returned to the center of town and visitors began splashing out on souvenirs.

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