Plans are in the works to shed as much as 10 percent of eBay's workforce.
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One major retailer is testing out full-length dressing room mirrors that double as websites as tech invades yet another sphere of shopping.
The site is retooling its local delivery program and giving smaller sellers the option to offer in-store pickup.
Do some creative marketing. The number of places your product can be showcased is expanding.
Retailers, whether online or brick-and-mortar, risk alienating customers if they don't make certain the products they sell are authentic.
After six years serving on eBay's board of directors, Silicon Valley luminary is stepping down.
The new payments paradigm has been billed as a potential credit-card killer.
News comes on the heels of other big companies, like Hewlett-Packard and eBay, also splitting up.
While startup competitors don't have PayPal's breadth of services, they are entering areas that the once-nimble PayPal should own -- but doesn't.
Newfound stock options and a self-governing stance could portend an acquisition or hiring spree.
Following demands from high-profile, activist investor Carl Icahn, fast-growing payments business PayPal will be a standalone company by mid next year.
PayPal is officially warming up to the cryptocurrency, though it is proceeding gradually and with caution.
After being exhumed from a New Mexico landfill earlier this year, copies of the world's worst video game will now be up for auction.