Founded in 1995, eBay was one of the most prominent dotcom success stories, managing to translate revenue into profits, and the auction and shopping website now has operations in moer than 30 countries.
eBay has removed from its listings around 30 items of memorabilia from the Nazi Holocaust, including clothes worn by concentration camp victims, after a newspaper investigation discovered they were on sale on the e-commerce website, Britain's Mail on Sunday said.Monday, 4 November, 2013, 6:06am
EBay unveiled an expansion of its eBay Now same-day delivery service on Monday as the company battles with rival Amazon.com for dominance of the emerging online local commerce market.
EBay Now, which delivers products from stores including Target, Walgreen and Best Buy in as little as an hour, was launched last year in San Francisco and San Jose, California and Manhattan, New York.23 Jul 2013 - 11:53am
EBay reported solid second-quarter results on Wednesday but Chief Executive John Donahoe warned of economic “headwinds” in the second half of the year from Europe and South Korea.18 Jul 2013 - 12:36pm
Singapore’s move to tighten regulation of news web sites, already under fire from bloggers and human rights groups, has attracted criticism from an unexpected quarter - large internet firms with a big presence in the city-state who say the new rules will hurt the industry.8 Jul 2013 - 3:35pm 3 comments
Ebay will become the first foreign company to secure a financial payments licence in China, chief executive John Donahoe predicted, but the retailer is refraining from competing in the more aggressive and local-dominated retail sales sector.18 Jun 2013 - 10:12am
The annual charity auction of a private lunch with billionaire investor Warren Buffett went for just more than US$1 million - a bargain price compared to past years for an opportunity to sit down with one of the world's most successful philanthropists.9 Jun 2013 - 9:19am
The world is failing to look beyond computing and software to broader practical applications, according to Peter Thiel, the co-founder of eBay, who sees the technology revolution as overrated.
“I don’t think the tech revolution that’s happening to date has been enough for the western world,” Thiel told a Credit Suisse Asian Investment Conference luncheon.19 Mar 2013 - 9:37pm
Businesses may be wasting billions of dollars a year buying up keyword advertising on search engines such as Google, a new report claims. The study by auction website eBay claimed that most of the money spent buying up search terms was a waste of time and had little effect on sales.15 Mar 2013 - 3:13am
EBay, operator of the world's largest online marketplace, reported fourth-quarter revenue that topped some analysts' estimates, helped by record holiday sales on the web and mobile devices.18 Jan 2013 - 5:27am
Defying the lingering economic malaise, online sellers from the mainland, Hong Kong and Taiwan are ringing up brisk sales outside their home markets through eBay's international e-commerce platform.23 Nov 2012 - 2:20am