May 16, 2000 |
EBay Inc., one of the few profitable Internet retailers, said its costs are expected to rise because of growing marketing expenses and an anticipated decline in the number of transactions per user. "Our historic growth rates are not sustainable and we expect in the near term that our costs . . . will continue to increase," the online auction operator said in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
July 21, 2010
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July 15, 2008 |
EBay Inc. scored an important victory in court Monday as a federal judge said companies such as jeweler Tiffany & Co., not auction platforms like EBay, are responsible for policing their trademarks online. Tiffany had sued EBay in 2004, arguing that most items listed for sale as genuine Tiffany products on EBay's sites were fakes. But U.S. District Judge Richard J. Sullivan in New York ruled that EBay couldn't be held liable for trademark infringement "based solely on their generalized knowledge that trademark infringement might be occurring on their websites."
September 10, 2004 |
In the sparse, northwest corner of Oklahoma, Waynoka is a small (pop. 993), hard-pressed rural community actually winning the fight to preserve a local heritage once richer and more colorful. Its weapon is EBay. Sandie Olson, unpaid president of the Waynoka Historical Society, has gone online regularly for three years, doggedly pursuing collectibles related to the town's past as a U.S. transportation hub.
April 8, 2005 |
Eleven customers have filed a suit against online auctioneer EBay Inc. and its pay-system affiliate, PayPal Inc., alleging they schemed with an electronics merchant to encourage use of the payment system but frequently denied refunds when products weren't delivered as promised.
September 13, 2005 |
Oracle Corp. and EBay Inc. went on a $10-billion shopping spree Monday -- the latest in a series of acquisitions that signal the buy-or-be-bought outlook of a maturing Silicon Valley. Oracle, which has closed seven other deals since January, bought Siebel Systems Inc. for $5.85 billion to eliminate a big rival in corporate software and position itself to challenge market leader SAP. EBay agreed to pay as much as $4.