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Cyber Monday 2015 Online Shopping Breaches $3 Billion

December 3, 2015: 12:00 AM EST
Total consumer spending on Cyber Monday 2015 online shopping grew 21 percent to $3.1 billion, compared with the $2.5 billion spent by online shoppers in 2014, according to comScore. Data from the market research firm revealed total digital spending breached the $3 billion mark for the first time. Mobile commerce accounted for about 27 percent of the total, with consumers spending $838 million on online purchases made through their smartphones and tablets. Also, the weekend after Thanksgiving produced $1 billion in online shopping on a Sunday, also a first.
Tim Denman, "Cyber Monday Spending Tops $3 Billion for First Time Ever", Retail Info System News, December 03, 2015, © Edgell Communications
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