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Wayfair Reports 52% Increase in Direct Retail Sales for Holiday Shopping Weekend

Business Wire Wednesday, 30 November 2016
Wayfair Reports 52% Increase in Direct Retail Sales for Holiday Shopping WeekendBOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Wayfair reported a 52 percent increase in direct retail gross sales, defined as dollars of order intake, for the five-day peak shopping period of Thanksgiving Day through Cyber Monday.
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