Supply chain crisis could disrupt holiday shopping

About 63 million Americans were expected to take part in Cyber Monday shopping despite potential shipping delays caused by supply chain backlogs. CBS News' Meg Oliver reports on the busiest online shopping day of the year. Then, Rob Handfield, the Bank of America university distinguished professor of supply chain management at North Carolina State University, joins CBSN with his expectations for the supply chain this holiday season and beyond.

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