Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Internet Accounts for 4.7% of U.S. Economy

From the article: "The Internet contributes more to the American economy than the entire federal government, according to a new study by the Boston Consulting Group. The Internet accounted for $684 billion, or 4.7% of all U.S. economic activity in 2010, Boston Consulting Group found. By way of comparison, the federal government, contributed $625 billion, or 4.3%, to the nation's output." Read more

See Also
Dean, David, S. DiGrande, D. Field, A. Lundmark, J. O'Day, J. Pineda, and P. Zwillenberg, "The $4.2 Trillion Opportunity." BCG Perspectives, March 19, 2012.