eBay

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eBay is a multinational e-commerce corporation, ebay service is online, business-to-consumer and consumer-to-consumer sales. It's headquartered in San Jose, California. in 1995 eBay was founded by Pierre Omidyar. and became a notable success story of the dot-com bubble. Today it's a multibillion-dollar business with operations in about 30 countries
The company manages "eBay.com", An online auction and shopping website in which people and businesses buy and sell a variety of goods and services around the world
in San Jose eBay headquarters
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History of ebay
The Auction Web was established in California on 3 September 1995, by French-born Iranian-American computer programmer Pierre Omidyar. One of the first items sold on AuctionWeb was a broken laser pointer for $14.83. Amazingly, Omidyar contacted the winning bidder to ask if he understood that the laser pointer was broken.In his Responding Email the buyer Explained: "I am a collector of broken laser points".
An eBay Store Can be Grown into highly Lucrative Business
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Since the company expanded product categories beyond collectibles into almost any saleable item, the business increased rapidly. In February 2002, the company bought iBazar, bought a similar European auction web site established in 1998,and then bought PayPal on 3 October 2002
In 2012, the United States Department of Justice on eBay accused the other technical companies involved in their high-skilled employees to enter the non-advisory agreement.
eBay's corporate campus in San Jose has unveiled a new front door to the company with Main Street
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ebay Logo
In September 2012, eBay Launched a new logo set in Univers which was established on October 10, 2012 on the website
eBay shares were down About 4 Percent in Initial after-hours Trading, after Posting Second-quarter financial Results
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Environmental Record
On May 8, 2008, eBay Announced the opening of its new Building in San Jose at the company's northern campus, which is the first structure to be constructed from land to lead gold standards. The building, the first company built in its 13-year existence, uses an array of 3,248 solar panels, in which 60,000 sq ft (5,600 m2) spreads and 650 KW of electricity is available in the eBay campus. The array can supply 15-18% of the company's total energy requirements, which can reduce the amount of greenhouse gases which can be prepared to generate energy by other means.
eBay believes creating opportunities with their employees and the people utilizing site
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Corporate Affairs of ebay:
Board of Directors:
➯ Devin Wenig, new eBay CEO and President since 2015
➯ Fred D. Anderson, former managing director of Elevation Partners, director of eBay since July 2003
➯ Edward W.Barnholt, former president and CEO of Agilent Technologies, director of eBay since April 2005
➯ Scott Cook, founder of Intuit, director of eBay since June 1998
➯ John Donahoe, eBay's former president and CEO since March 2008, former director of eBay since January 2008
➯ David Dorman, non-executive chairman of Motorola, director of eBay since June 2014
➯ William Clay Ford, Jr., executive chairman of Ford Motor Company, director of eBay since July 2005
➯ Kathleen C. Mitic, founder and CEO of Sitch Inc, director of eBay since September 2011
➯ David M. Moffett, former CEO of Freddie Mac, director of eBay since July 2007
➯ Pierre Omidyar, director and chairman of eBay, since its incorporation in May 1996
➯ Richard T. Schlosberg, former president and CEO of the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, director of eBay since March 2004
➯ Thomas J. Tierney, co-founder of the Bridgespan Group, director of eBay since March 2003
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Seller ratings of ebay:
➯ In 2008, eBay implemented a system of seller ratings with four categories
➯ Buyers are asked to rate the seller with a score of one to five in each of these categories, with five being the highest rating. Unlike the overall feedback rating, these ratings are anonymous; Neither the seller nor the other users learn how individual buyers have rated the seller
➯ The listings of sellers with a rating of 4.3 or below in any of the four rating categories appear lower in search results
➯ Power Sellers are required to have scores in each category above 4.5
➯ ebay was ranked 13th after sites such as Atomic Mall, Acarar, and Ruby Lane, along with other big sites such as Amazon and Craigslist
➯ In individual category rankings, eBay was rated the worst of all the 15 sites on customer service and communication, and average on ease of use.Some respondents stated they would have given eBay a rating of 10, three to five years ago
➯ eBay was rated twelfth out of fifteen in the Recommended Selling Venue category
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Sources:wikipedia


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