- , Friday, December 12, 2003 12 AM
Forrester Research, the high-tech consulting firm, estimates online sales during the holiday season will be 42% higher this year compared to last. The spread of broadband and wireless Internet access
is making it easier than ever to surf the Web for gifts from the comfort of the office or home. Shopping online is convenient. But it has state and local government officials upset because they're not
collecting sales tax on cyber transactions.
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