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SANTA might be better off ditching his sleigh, sacking the elves and ordering his presents online.
ONLINE spending hit a record high at 1:09pm yesterday, a payment processing company claimed last night.
ONLINE shopping will reach its busiest ever peak tomorrow, according to analysts, as shoppers turn to the internet to buy presents in the build-up to Christmas.
XCALIBRE, the Livingston-based web-hosting firm, is to take on Amazon for a slice of the world's £4bn hosting market with a new pay-as-you-go server programme.
JULY'S wet weather helped drive online shopping to record levels, according to the Interactive Media in Retail Group.
A FATHER who bought a man-eating python that could grow up to 30ft long has warned people of the dangers of buying pets online.
IT HELPED propel the Arctic Monkeys to stardom and gave a platform to the growing interest in Lily Allen.
WHETHER updating their YouTube sites or sending holiday snaps home to mum, millions of consumers have come to expect the internet to work in the blink of an eye.
MONEYSUPERMARKET, the price comparison website founded in 1999, has ended months of speculation by announcing it is seeking to float in London next month.
PEOPLESCHAMPION.COM, set-up last summer by serial financial guru Jim Spowart, has hit back at claims that comparison sites are confusing for customers and should carry "accuracy warnings".
CRICKET'S most popular website, Cricinfo, was yesterday sold by owner Wisden to US sports broadcasting group ESPN for an undisclosed fee.
SCOTLAND will go on sale at an auction in New York with a price tag of offers over £2 million, The Scotsman can reveal.
A DUNDEE firm has set up a website on which businesses can sell off unwanted or surplus stock.
EDINBURGH Chamber of Commerce is to host an event on Thursday in which web commerce experts will explain to businesses how to get the best out of internet marketing through maximising search engine activity.
INTERNET search engine Yahoo has seen quarterly profits slump 11 per cent to £71 million as it battles to keep up with rival Google.
TWO internet entrepreneurs from Edinburgh have paid £5 million for a Lothian stately home after selling their company for £50m.
THEY are the online diaries of the 21st century where writers often condemn their employers or write racily about their love lives. But the world of blogging faced a new challenge last night as two internet pioneers called for a new code of manners for anyone tempted to pour out their heart on the web.
AMBERGREEN, the Edinburgh-based search engine marketing agency, has clinched a contract with travel agency MyTravel, to optimise its internet presence.