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Jack M. Germain
Skype Comes to Linux in a Snap
02/02/18 1:17 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 741 Words

Microsoft's 2011 purchase of Skype from eBay meant it could begin adding features, such as free/low-cost calling and messaging, to its productivity solutions and platforms, noted King.

"While there are obviously competing VoIP communications available, none offer the deep integration and seamless...

Pam Baker
Winning Tactics for Marketing in the Micro-Moment
01/10/18 11:58 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1158 Words

To achieve this, run shopping ads, campaigns like Google Shopping or Bing Shopping campaigns, list your products on eBay , Amazon, Walmart and other marketplaces," he suggested.

"And most important, make sure your website is optimized for mobile, offering a fast-loading site...

Brad Hill
What Makes eBay Invincible
03/04/03 4:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1592 Words

In fact, eBay enjoys a market capitalization of $24 billion, and its shares recently reached a new 52-week high. Most importantly, the company's business model has proven its worth and continues to thrive even as eBay's management explores new avenues. What are the...

Matthew Beale
E-Commerce Success Story: eBay, Exclusive Interview with Kevin Pursglove
01/04/00 12:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 3407 Words

All of that was shortened down when Pierre, at the prompting of his wife and interest in Pez dispenser collections, used his interest in fragmented markets and efficient marketplaces as a laboratory for what eventually became eBay.

Q Where is...

Erika Morphy
eBay Seller Revolt Gaining Traction
02/13/08 4:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 851 Words

... eBay will be introducing its new fee schedule for sellers, along with some other administrative changes, on Feb. 18. Some sellers are so incensed over what they perceive as a raw deal, they're planning to boycott the iconic online auction site from...

Keith Regan
EBay Expanding Brand Into Standalone Storefronts
06/24/05 10:30 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 782 Words

... the latest sign that it has designs on extending its e-commerce brand well beyond its core auctions business by catering to the legion of small merchants seeking to sell online , eBay has launched a storefront feature that will enable sellers to...

Keith Regan
EBay To Buy PayPal in $1.5B Deal
07/08/02 9:35 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 947 Words

... a widely anticipated move, auction giant eBay has announced it will acquire online payment company PayPal in an all-stock deal valued at US$1.5 billion. EBay said it will phase out its own Billpoint system , long a disappointment to the auction site...

Lori Enos
Can Anyone Catch eBay?
06/19/01 9:15 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 939 Words

San Jose, California-based eBay (Nasdaq: EBAY) grew to be a "yard sale on steroids," Forrester Research analyst Christopher Kelley told the E-Commerce Times, because it was the first company to figure out how to make online auctions work.

"They had a good...

Jim Offner
Online Auctions, Part 2: The eBay Diaspora
09/10/08 4:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1094 Words

Part 1 of this two-part series focuses on the way eBay's newest business strategies, which favor larger sellers and fixed-price sales , are altering the online auction marketplace. Part 2 takes a look at where many disenchanted smaller sellers and auctioneers are...

Jim Offner
Online Auctions, Part 1: The eBay Earthquake
09/09/08 4:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1126 Words

... are changing at eBay . eBay says it is evolving to adapt to changes in the larger market, but it's not clear how the auction giant will fare against an emerging army of specialized competitors, and it's far from clear whether sellers...

Keith Regan
French Court Stings eBay With $63M Judgment Over Knockoff Sales
06/30/08 1:53 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 824 Words

... French court has ordered eBay to pay US$63 million in fines in a lawsuit that alleged the auction company didn't do enough to prevent fake versions of high-end goods from being sold by its members. The court commanded eBay to pay Louis...

Keith Regan
eBay's Aussie PayPal-Only Policy Raises Hackles
05/12/08 2:55 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 876 Words

... eBay has changed the payment policy for its Australian site to require all transactions to be completed using its PayPal payment platform , a move that has outraged users Down Under and one that reportedly could lead to more changes around the...

Keith Regan
eBay Shakes Off ValueClick, Starts Its Own Affiliate Program
03/17/08 1:36 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 907 Words

... a bid to cut out the middleman and drive its own Web traffic , eBay said Monday it would launch a partner network that will replace affiliate relationships the auction site has long relied on to get users to its site. The...

Keith Regan
eBay's Gloomy Outlook Overshadows Q4 Gains, Whitman Departure
01/24/08 8:47 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 974 Words

... eBay confirmed Wednesday that its president and CEO, Meg Whitman, will step down after a decade at the helm of one of the most successful e-commerce companies in the world. Investors brushed aside the succession news to focus on the auction company's...

Keith Regan
eBay Yanks Ad Millions After Google's Party Foul
06/14/07 1:01 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 850 Words

... giant eBay has stopped buying Google AdWords in apparent retaliation for a now-canceled event meant to build support among eBay sellers for Google Checkout -- a sign of the increasing tensions between the Internet competitors. The spat reportedly began when Google last...

Keith Regan
eBay Builds Skype Into Auction Listings
06/14/06 10:10 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 852 Words

... the first major pass at realizing e-commerce gains from its US$2.6 billion purchase of peer-to-peer communications firm Skype , eBay said it would begin to offer sellers on its auction platform the ability to let buyers contact them using the Internet text...

Keith Regan
eBay, Yahoo Forge Multi-Year Partnership
05/25/06 9:48 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 1022 Words

... eBay and Yahoo announced Thursday they will work together on a range of fronts, including search and paid advertising , striking a deal that leverages each company's strengths and one that will undoubtedly send shockwaves across the Internet industry. After several days...

Keith Regan
eBay Eyes Amazon Turf With Expanded Fixed Price Sales Push
04/25/06 1:27 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 768 Words

... perhaps its most direct competitive thrust at e-tail giant Amazon.com yet, eBay has launched an "express" marketplace aimed to highlight fixed price sales for consumers who are not interested in its core auction listings. eBay Express will be a standalone Web site...

Jennifer LeClaire
eBay Sellers Face Tough Tax Questions
03/27/06 5:00 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 964 Words

... you are like millions of other Americans, you made money peddling products on eBay last year. Many earned enough to enjoy a night on the town. Others collected enough to go on their dream vacation. Still others made a living selling widgets...

Elizabeth Millard
The Dark Side of eBay
06/28/02 5:43 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 949 Words

... say that eBay has a devoted following is like saying the Beatles were liked by some teenage girls. While true, the statement does not reflect the full scope of fans' zeal. Analysts love the company, competitors fear its power, and users flock...

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