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Lead Story

What does Washington have in store for acquiring?

News

Industry Update

PayAnywhere's retail rollout, acquirer opportunity

Silicon Valley Day offers tech insight

PCI SIG risk assessment guidance released

Features

How and when to apply the facts of business life

Mobile banking provides a pathway to mobile payments

Stephen Kiene and Jeff Crawford
First Annapolis Consulting

Research Rundown

ISOMetrics:
U.S. e-commerce spending at a glance: 2007-2012

Loyalty and the holiday spirit

Selling Prepaid

Prepaid in brief

Underbanked come into focus

Change is afoot for Canadian prepaid

Views

What Amazon's wine distribution model portends for payments

Brandes Elitch
CrossCheck Inc.

Education

Street SmartsSM:
Building a road map for the coming year

Jeff Fortney
Clearent LLC

The ROI of training

Joe Porco
Harbortouch

How to handle your new 1099-K tax responsibility

Troy Thibodeau
Convey Compliance Systems Inc.

200 ways to get noticed - Part 2

Nancy Drexler
Acquired Marketing

Marketing your business in 2013: Do you have a plan?

Peggy Bekavac Olson
Strategic Marketing

Company Profile

The Phoenix Group

New Products

Mobile inventory manager

mInventory
retailcloud

POS terminals built for hospitality

P1230 and P1530
NCR Corp.

Inspiration

Appreciation, moderation make for merry holidays

Departments

Forum

Resource Guide

Datebook

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December 10, 2012  •  Issue 12:12:01

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ISOMetrics

U.S. e-commerce spending at a glance: 2007-2012

Tracking global commerce in the digital world, comScore Inc. has charted the rise of e-commerce spending in the United States in recent years. Interestingly, e-commerce spending growth remained negligible during the depths of the recession before rebounding to pre-recessionary double-digit, year-over-year quarterly growth. A business analytics firm, comScore projected November and December 2012 e-commerce spending would reach $43.4 billion, up from $37.2 billion in 2011.

Optomisim in small business sector


Source: comScore Inc.

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