On Black Friday, shoppers shelled out less online than last year and flatlined on Thanksgiving Day for the first time ever. This adds new pressure to Cyber Monday for retailers looking to bounce back from 2020.
Shoppers shifted to buying online and started earlier in the year, according to preliminary data from Sensormatic Solutions.
Small businesses across the country are hoping for a big shopping day. Unprecedented supply chain disruptions have many worrying about inventory and labor this holiday season.
As shoppers rush for holiday deals, thieves grab items and run out of stores. The surge coincides with the most robust time of year for businesses.
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