Cyber Monday's sales topped $1B, a 16% jump from 2009, making it the top online shopping day in...
Cyber Monday's sales topped $1B, a 16% jump from 2009, making it the top online shopping day in U.S. history, says comScore. Overall, holiday seasonal spending is up 13% to $13.5B. However, these gains came only with costly retailer incentives, such as free shipping, that will cease with the holidays.
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