Black Friday Has E-Tailers Seeing Green

Cyber Monday's not even halfway over and e-tailers are already finding lots to cheer about this season. While brick and mortar shoppers battled gunfire and pepper spray, online shoppers spent a cool $816 million from the comfort of their own homes via PC's and mobile devices. This impressive spike made Black Friday the biggest eCommerce date so far in 2011 and showed a 26% jump over Black Friday 2010. With today's Cyber Monday expected to break records of its own, Holiday 2011 could be a very merry season for online retailers across the board.

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