Cyber Monday has also become a big day for chains with online ordering. More consumers shopped online last weekend than in the past. The NRF said the average shopper spent $172.42 online over the weekend, or about 40 percent of the weekend’s spending, up from 37.8 percent last year. That figure didn’t include Cyber Monday, when online sales rose 17 percent over last year to $1.5 billion, according to online retail tracking firm comScore Inc. Seattle-based Starbucks ...

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