Ebay has been doing a lot of work in more efficient data centers. Just announced is work for a new data center that will be offsetting 100% of the carbon foot print. See http://www.nytimes.com/2012/06/21/technology/ebay-plans-data-center-that-will-use-alternative-energy.html?_r=2 for details.
You can use your PayPal account now at a number of department stores. But when I tried it failed. What I had missed is you have to enable your account first. It took me a little while to find it, so I thought I would share the URL – http://www.paypal.com/anywhere. You can use your phone […]
I am no share market expert, but as an employee and shareholder I certainly hope this estimation is right! 😉
While I am still (relatively) new to eBay, I can see eBay has been, and is continuing to, change into a technology company. That is, more and more focus is being put on technology as a means to enable innovation rather than just a means to keep the business running. Lots of work has been […]
I am completely biased of course working for eBay, but I liked this article a friend pointed out. Sounds better than Facebook! Ok, so that is not hard at the moment. Being rated as a better buy than Amazon was nice though.
Hugh Williams (disclaimer: my boss) has been posting a series on ranking. Part 3 talked about testing new ranking formulas including the unfortunate fact that some people may see their items get lower rankings than before. This negative stood out a little for me so I thought I would comment on it as to why […]
Being from Australia, I just came across a few articles talking about eBay in Australia. There was an Online Business Index released in March 2012 that I suspect triggered a small flurry of articles. For example: eBay sellers lack mobile commerce know-how at startupsmart.com.au More Aussie businesses want to go mobile at news.com.au E-tailing beast the […]