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Who Is Leif Erikson? Yes, SpongeBob SquarePants’ Favorite Holiday Is Real

October 9 is a special holiday–even if it isn’t widely celebrated. Friday is Leif Erikson Day, but some people might not know what exactly is being celebrated. Some may even…

Amazon Prime Day and earlier holiday shopping will ding Black Friday, Cyber Monday

It’s beginning to look a lot like holiday shopping season even though it’s not Halloween. You can thank evolving shopping habits, COVID-19, a delayed Amazon Prime Day, supply chain concerns,…

E-Commerce Sales Will Explode This Holiday Season, Putting Retailers’ Online Strategies To The Test

“Retailers have been building more capability for that last mile, but this year is going to be a … [+] stress test for the retail supply chain,” says Deloitte’s Rod…

Samsung expands online smartphone range in India to woo holiday shoppers

By Sankalp Phartiyal NEW DELHI (Reuters) – Samsung Electronics Co Ltd is expanding its online-only smartphone range, a senior company executive said on Thursday, as the South Korean tech giant…

Purchasing On Mobile Devices Will Drive Holiday Sales And Hit $314 Billion This Year

M-com sales will reach $314 billion in 2020 and represents over 44% of all e-commerce sales. Amazon … [+] Prime Day, not yet announced for the U.S., may be the…

Coronavirus transforms Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur, Jews’ most-attended holiday

Six months of social distancing, on top of racial, economic and political turmoil, has many desperately wanting community, encouragement and spiritual nourishment this year. The virus has forced Jewish leaders…

Online holiday tech shopping expected to boom this year, analyst says

Online shopping for tech products has boomed in recent months due to COVID-19. James Martin/CNET Sales of technology products like laptops have boomed since the coronavirus pandemic led to shutdowns,…

With Big Tech on Holiday, World Shares Inch Higher | Investing News

LONDON (Reuters) – World shares rose slightly led by Europe on Monday after last week’s rout in U.S. tech stocks, though investors worried that any rally could be short-lived and…