NEW YORK — Online purchasing of apparel by consumers last week tallied $193 million, a 66 percent surge over sales a week earlier, and a 40 percent hop over business during the week ended Nov. 15.
That was the word Tuesday from Internet measurement agency comScore Media Metrix, which said apparel transactions marked the second-biggest percentage gains online, in nontravel-dollar volume, for the the week, as well as thefour weeks ended Nov. 22. E-tail apparel business for the four weeks ran up 49 percent to $639 million from sales of $429 million in the prior-year period.
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