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Holiday Shopping #1037468

CBS Evening News for Friday, Nov 23, 2012
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(Studio: Anthony Mason) Projections on holiday shoppers and spending this Black Friday cited.

(Jersey City: Seth Doane) The outlook for sales this weekend featured; details given about the early start with some stores opening Thanksgiving Day and how the calendar is favorable for retailers; projections on sales and e-commerce growth cited. [Shopper Carolyn SHINN††- explains her strategy.] [Toys 'R' Us CEO Jerry STORCH††- says the store is teeming with people who are excited to be here.] [Retail analyst Dana TELSEY††- notes retailers are investing more in duplicating the experience of the store online.] [Amazon.com Craig BERMAN††- says customers have incredible amounts of information at their fingertips.]

Mason, Anthony;
Doane, Seth

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