CHINA'S ANNUAL SHOPPING FRENZY SHATTERS ANOTHER RECORD

SHANGHAI (AP) — Shoppers in China have once again broken records after spending more than $14 billion within the first two hours of an annual online buying frenzy.Now in its 10th year, the clamor for deals and discounts known as...

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