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  • The e-retail association Interactive Media in Retail Group forecast that consumers would spend £186.4m online on Christmas Day, with the Boxing Day spend expected to be almost double that at £367.8m.

    Christmas shoppers throng high streets in last-minute rush for presents

  • Earlier this month, the global PE major had invested $20 million in books-to electronics e-retail venture, Flipkart.

    Deals India: Morning News Roundup

  • The latest figures from the IMRG Capgemini e-retail sales index revealed a better-than-expected performance for online sales during the first six months of 2011.

    Online shopping sales beat forecasts – and the high street

  • IMRG, the trade body for global e-retail, and the international consultancy Capgemini said growth was due to several key factors: a struggling economy and high street has driven shoppers online for better deals, while a scorching April saw shoppers jump online early to add to their summer wardrobes.

    Online shopping sales beat forecasts – and the high street

  • U.K. shoppers spent £5.3 billion $8.48 billion online last month, an 18% rise year-to-year, according to the latest figures from the IMRG Capgemini e-retail sales index.

    U.K. High Street Takes Another Blow

  • "We are seeing a pretty clear split between the sectors selling low-cost products and those selling high-value ones, with travel, electricals and home and garden lagging some way behind in terms of growth," said Tina Spooner , director of information at IMRG, the industry association for global e-retail.

    U.K. High Street Takes Another Blow

  • According to the latest IMRG Capgemini e-retail sales index, also published today, consumers spent £6.4bn online during November, equivalent to £104 a person.

    Consumer confidence remains near 12-month low

  • Measuring 291,000 citizen responses to 104 federal agency websites, the E-Government Satisfaction Index reached 75.2 on a 100 point scale, vs. "e-retail" at 82 and "online news and information" at 74.

    Twitterverse is Shocked, SHOCKED Obama Admitted to Never Using Twitter

  • By 2005, Goldman Sachs predicts, the French will account for 14 percent of a $175 billion e-retail market in Europe.

    An Amazon In Paris

  • * Speaking of my e-retail presence, Atomic Overmind has brought Dubious Shards and Tarot of Cthulhu: Major Arcana to DriveThruRPG, should you be interested in purchasing either fine item from that purveyor.

    Kenneth Hite's Journal

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