The virtual holiday shopping season has begun

Laveta Brigham

Well before Halloween, the virtual holiday season has begun. Amid controversy (including the House Judiciary Committee’s Antitrust Subcommittee more than 400 page report) surrounding its dominance, Amazon kicked off the festivities with Prime Day on October 13 and 14, a three-month delay from the usual July event). Amazon has become […]

Well before Halloween, the virtual holiday season has begun. Amid controversy (including the House Judiciary Committee’s Antitrust Subcommittee more than 400 page report) surrounding its dominance, Amazon kicked off the festivities with Prime Day on October 13 and 14, a three-month delay from the usual July event). Amazon has become such a

Jill Schlesinger 

behemoth among shoppers (the company accounts for 39% of total US e-commerce sales) that the October event “could potentially steal up to 10% of Cyber Week’s digital revenue,” according to analysis from Salesforce.

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