Posts Tagged ‘Black Friday’

Giving Tuesday Broke Records this Year

Preliminary data suggests that Black Friday shopping numbers were a bit of a disappointment for stores. However, Giving Tuesday numbers are breaking records.

Blackbaud reports online giving was up 28% with more than $60.9 million in online donations

Giving Is Good

Blackbaud, a cloud software company powering social good…

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Black Friday Makes a Comeback

Remember when Black Friday was considered “over”? It seems like just a year or two ago that everyone was shunning the craziness of Black Friday, with its doorbuster deals and near-riot conditions. The latest polls would indicate that this rejection didn’t take.

For instance, the latest Shoppers Trend…

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Are Americans More Generous than Canadians at Holiday Time?

We in the U.S. often think of our neighbors to the North as very civilized North Americans – what with their universal healthcare and polite manners. However, a new study finds that, in some ways, Canadians may just be a bit less generous at holiday time than U.S.A…

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Holiday Shoppers Prefer “Brick-and-Mortar” this Year

Americans will do more of their holiday shopping in stores this year than online, according to a new survey from ecoATM.

EcoATM – which operates device recycling kiosks –said it commissioned a poll of 1,000 consumers age 18 or older, and found that old-fashioned brick-and-mortar retailers will…

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