Anne D'Innocenzio

Associated Press

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National retail writer for the Associated Press

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As another holiday season reaches a frenzied climax, more American shopping takes place on line than ever before.

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As another holiday season reaches a frenzied climax, more American shopping takes place on line than ever before.

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