Brits are expected to spend a record amount shopping online on Monday, with e-commerce giants such as Amazon taking on thousands of seasonal workers to cope with the increased demand.
Shopping online this Cyber Monday is a little bit safer thanks to an international crackdown on websites that allegedly sought to dupe customers into buying counterfeit goods. But some question whether this type of action by law enforcement violates the…
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Get ready for the biggest online shopping day of the year with our handy guide to all the best Cyber Monday deals.
If you’re on the hunt for a new smartphone and tablet then you need to check out the best Cyber Monday smartphone deals.
You know where to shop this morning and what to shop for, but be sure you've taken care of some of the more tedious details first.
Cyber Week: US consumers purchased nearly $6 billion worth of good online from Monday through Friday last week, according to comScore.
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Cyber Monday hits its stride this year, with big numbers and emerging trends to prove it.
After the holiday weekend boasted big numbers for online shopping, the dedicated e-commerce day is already shaping up to be the biggest yet.
While mobs of people were ripping apart video game displays at Walmart and other retail outlets around the nation, more people stayed home this year to purchase Black Friday deals through sites like Amazon.
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A MasterCard Advisors SpendingPulse report finds U.S. online spending is up 15.4 percent this holiday season.