CNN Money reports, "Cyber Monday sales rose 14% this year compared to 2008 and consumers also bought nearly 30% more items per order versus last year, according to research firm Coremetrics. Also, the firm said shoppers bought 10% more items per order online than they did in stores on Black Friday." It's suspected that sales could be $900 million. However, one analyst told Bloomberg News it doesn't mean the retail sector is going to have a happy holiday, "Online retail sales are still the vast minority of total holiday sales. Being such a small number, the results aren’t going to change overall sales this holiday at all."