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eBay Posts Q2 Revenue Of $2.7 Billion
eBay Inc. is a global commerce company, which includes its marketplace platform. The Company’s technologies and services are designed to give buyers choice and relevant inventory and enable sellers to offer their inventory for sale, virtually anytime and anywhere. It develops user interfaces, buyer, seller and developer tools and transaction processing, database and network applications that help enable its users to complete transactions on its sites. Its platforms are accessible through an online experience, iOS and Android mobile devices and its application programming interfaces (APIs). The Company operates through segment such as Marketplace. Marketplace includes its online marketplace located at its Website and its localized counterparts, including off-platform businesses in South Korea, Japan, and Turkey, as well as its suite of mobile applications.
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Marie Oh Huber
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EBay Inc on Wednesday forecast current quarter revenue below analysts' estimates, signaling that reopening economies and vaccine rollouts could be putting an end to the pandemic-led shopping boom.
EBay Inc missed Wall Street estimates for quarterly revenue on Wednesday, as shoppers visited stores in person following the easing of coronavirus curbs.
A former supervisor for security operations at eBay Inc was sentenced on Tuesday to 18 months in prison for his role in a cyberstalking campaign that targeted a Massachusetts couple whose online newsletter was viewed as critical of the e-commerce company.
A Massachusetts couple sued eBay Inc on Wednesday for being subjected to an "unrelenting stream" of threats by its employees to stifle their online newsletter critical of the e-commerce company.
* Sale needed for eBay-Adevinta classified ads deal (Adds quotes, detail, shares)
EBay Inc said on Wednesday it will sell a part of its stake in classifieds group Adevinta to private equity group Permira for $2.25 billion in cash.
South Korean retailer Shinsegae Group's E-Mart Inc said on Thursday it plans to acquire an 80% stake in eBay Inc's South Korean business for 3.4 trillion won ($3 billion).
South Korea's E-Mart Inc said on Thursday it plans to acquire 80% stake of eBay Inc's South Korean business for 3.4 trillion won ($3.00 billion), E-Mart said in a regulatory filing.
* EBay must cut Adevinta stake to no more than 33% (Adds detail, background, shares)
U.S. e-commerce group eBay and Norway's Adevinta have secured final regulatory approval for a tie-up of their global classified ads businesses, the Norwegian firm said on Friday.
Ebay Inc on Tuesday allowed the sale of non-fungible tokens for digital collectibles like trading cards, images or video clips on its platform, the first e-commerce company to tap into the recent frenzy around NFTs.
EBay Inc is looking at new payment options for customers, including cryptocurrency, Chief Executive Officer Jamie Iannone said in a CNBC interview on Monday.
EBay Inc's second-quarter profit forecast came in below market expectations as it faces fierce competition from bigger rivals including Amazon.com Inc for a slice of the pandemic-led online shopping boom, sending its shares down 6%.
EBay Inc topped Wall Street expectations for quarterly revenue on Wednesday as its e-commerce platform benefited from a pandemic-induced surge in online shopping.
South Korea's SK Telecom , retailer Shinsegae Group and private equity firm MBK Partners were among those that entered non-binding, preliminary bids for the sale of eBay Inc's South Korean business, the telecom company and two sources with knowledge of the matter said on...
South Korea's SK Telecom and private equity firm MBK Partners were among those that entered non-binding, preliminary bids for the sale of eBay Inc's South Korean business, the telecom company and two sources with knowledge of the matter said on Tuesday.
* Companies plan to sell three UK units in response (Adds comment from UK regulator, context updates share)
Norway's Adevinta and U.S. e-commerce group eBay aim to sell three smaller British units in order to obtain regulatory approval for a long-planned tie-up of their global classified ads businesses, the two firms said on Tuesday.
* Adevinta says companies will seek to resolve CMA's concerns
The British competition authority (CMA) has expressed concerns about the planned acquisition by Norway's Adevinta of eBay's classified ads business, Adevinta said on Tuesday.
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