Between Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday, online shoppers in the U.S. shelled out close to $8 billion ($7.9 billion), representing an 18 percent increase over sales during the same period last year, according to Adobe Analytics, which tracks online transactions at the largest 100 online retailers.Black Friday accounted for just over $5 billion of that amount, while online purchases on Thanksgiving Day approached $3 billion ($2.87 billion). Black Friday shoppers spent $135 on average, according to Adobe.“Shoppers capitalized on deep discounts on Black Friday, resulting in the largest Black Friday online ever with online spend totaling $5.03 billion,” said Taylor Schreiner, director of Adobe Digital Insights. “Conversion rates across all devices saw double digit growth throughout Black Friday.”Adobe is predicts online sales today — Cyber Monday — will top $6.6 billion, which would make it the largest online shopping day.Did you shop Thanksgiving Day or Black Friday? And what about today — are you finding any great deals in cyberspace? Leave a comment.
#AceNewsReport – Dec.01: The lobbying industry has donated $545,173 to 2020 presidential campaigns with nearly 80 percent going to Democratic candidates, even as many of those hopefuls vow not to take donations from lobbyists.Over $114,498 of that has gone to President Donald Trump’s re-election while the rest, $430,675, has been given to Democrats, including those who have dropped out of the race, according to data from the Center for Responsive Politics: The total is based on the Federal Election Commission data released on Oct. 16., through third-quarter 2019 fundraising.The numbers paint a complicated picture: Democratic candidates and their progressive allies in the current cycle have put new scrutiny on lobbyists as well as on taking money from other special interest or corporate groups. But that hasn’t completely stopped the flow of money to candidates and campaigns.K Street’s top ranks are filled with former Democrats, many with ties to the candidates: And watchdog groups say that while the focus is on federally registered lobbyists, donations from others tied to the industry, such as state- and local-level lobbyists, often trickle through.
Source: (WASHINGTON) #USPresidentialCampaign2020 Lobbying Industry has donated over $545,000 with 80% going to Democrats as many candidates have vowed not to take funds from lobbyists based on the Federal Election Commission data released on Oct. 16., through third-quarter 2019 fundraising #AceNewsDesk reports | Ace News Services
#AceNewsReport – Dec.01: A Whitehaven 11-year-old has been reported missing after leaving home Saturday morning with a person she met on TikTok: Lakeriya McNeil was last seen in the 1700 block of Victoria Road around 11 a.m. Saturday.
Source: (MEMPHIS, Tenn.) JUST IN: #MissingAlert An 11-year-old Lakeriya McNeil has gone missing after leaving her home on Saturday with a person she met on #TikTok Social Media ……..Can you help find her ? #AceNewsDesk reports | Ace News Services
This is my second portrait of President Trump. This time I really want him to see it. All done in ballpoint, took up to 70hours, '24×21' inches.
Please RT till the president sees this🙏🏽@realDonaldTrump @DonaldJTrumpJr @POTUS pic.twitter.com/Uh8MysTRZG
— creative_doks (@Doks_Art) December 1, 2019