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Sold Out on Cyber Monday
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Adobe Analytics, which monitors holiday shopping, expects Americans to spend more on the digital holiday than even Black Friday. But they are likely to see many items out of stock. On the top of the list of items expected to be sold out: apparel, electronics, sporting goods and products for young children. Read more >>

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Most Sought-Out Deals on Cyber Monday

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Adobe Analytics estimates that hot ticket items to look out for this holiday season are Apple Airpods and Airpods Max, drones, Samsung and LG TVs, air fryers, weighted blankets, Insta Pots, record players, smart mugs and water bottles. The usual plethora of cheap tech gadgets like laptops, TVs and game consoles has also been harmed by the chip shortages that have reduced supplies.

Snap Expands Yellow Accelerator Program

By Decerry Donato

Snap Inc. is expanding its Yellow Accelerator program, opening it up twice a year and for eight companies per cohort. Snap boasts that 75% of the companies that have participated in the accelerator program have a female and/or BIPOC founder.

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Steno Agency Brings Deferred Payment Services For Lawyers

By Decerry Donato

The Westwood-based startup Steno Agency prides itself on its deferred payment system, DelayPay, that allows attorneys to hire court reporters and videographers without the worry of up-front costs. Last week, the company received $20 million in debt financing from Rivonia Road Capital, a global alternative asset manager.

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