Online holiday spending rises 15 percent: comScore
(Reuters) - U.S. consumers spent more than $35 billion online this holiday season, up 15 percent from the same period last year, comScore Inc (SCOR.O) estimated on Tuesday.
Online spending reached $35.27 billion from November 1 through December 26, versus $30.59 billion during the corresponding days of the 2010 holiday season, comScore reported.
(Reporting by Alistair Barr; Editing by Tim Dobbyn)
- U.S. war veteran released by North Korea returns home |
- South Korea to make announcement on air zone; expansion is anticipated
- Ukraine opposition seeks million-strong rally in Kiev
- Pennsylvania newlyweds "just wanted to murder someone together:" police
- Obama defends interim Iran deal, seeks to assure Israel
Nelson Mandela: 1918 - 2013
Reuters looks at the life and times of Nelson Mandela, an icon of peace and reconciliation who came to embody the struggle for justice around the world. Video