Thursday, May 13, 2021

Cyber Monday Sales Set Record, Hitting $1.25 Billion

All Things D: New data from comScore shows that online shoppers spent $1.25 billion on Cyber Monday. That tops last year’s record of $1.028 billion by 22 percent.

IBM, which also includes mobile purchases in its report, says that online sales actually increased by 33 percent.

November online sales have already surpassed $15 billion.

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