- ► 2008 (159)
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- Simmons Jannace & Stagg Full Service Law Firm
- Wal-Mart Agrees to Pay $33.5 million in roll-Backw...
- The Blockbuster Triple Play
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- Fed Likely to Stay the Course Too
- Ford Posts Record Loss
- Belisi Brand Designs Clothing Accessories
- Wal-Mart gets Picky About Fabrics
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- Civil Engineering Recruiters
- Cingular Wireless to be Rebranded as AT&T
- Maven Mappers Covers CES
- Beyond Blossoms Flowers
- Unemployment Holds in December
- Adelphia Exits Bankruptcy to Wind Down
- DotFlowers Flower Delivery
- Minyard Food Stores closing Texas Distribution Cen...
- Wal-Mart Employee Accused of stealing $80k in iPod...
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- ▼ January (26)
Bloomberg reports that US consumers spent 26% more in 2006 than they did in 2005 in online sales. Spending a total just over $100 billion for the first time ever.
Christmas sales for November and December jumped up to 31% from 24% and totaled $24.6 billion. Those numbers tipped the specific totals to $102.1 billion.
December 13th is reported to have been the most lucrative day at $666.9 million. Sales at stores open at least a year only increased 3.1%, which made the 2006 holiday season sales growth the slowest in 2 years.