Retail sales break records, Cyber Monday up next

Research firm comScore reports e-commerce spending jumped 26 percent on Black Friday -- compared to a year ago. More than $800 million was spent online during that day.
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Research firm comScore reports e-commerce spending jumped 26 percent on Black Friday -- compared to a year ago. More than $800 million was spent online during that day.

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