The 2012 U.S. of eBay Fly-In began today, April 24th, as sellers from around the country prepare to meet with representatives in Congress to share their success stories and discuss issues affecting small business.
On Friday 20 April, the eBay Inc. Government Relations team met with Vice Chairman Hong Sung Kyu of the Korea Communications Commission (KCC), one of the key policy authorities in the world's most connected country, at eBay to discuss recent global and Korean market developments.
Last week Becky Relic, a director on PayPal’s Government Relations team, and Jose Fernandez da Ponte had the opportunity and privilege of representing PayPal at the White House Conference on “Connecting the Americas”.
On Thursday, April 12th, Texas State Representative Mark Strama (D) visited our Austin facility.
The work of eBay’s Global Asset Protection (GAP) team against counterfeit goods online was recently highlighted in LP Magazine, a well-known magazine in the loss prevention industry.
eBay Inc. in Utah was given one of thirty nationwide “Community Impact CiCi Awards” by Trade & Industry Development magazine.
Last month the Deputy Governor of Pudong District, Shanghai, Ms. Liu Zhengyi and Director of Service Industry Development Department, Pudong Commission of Commerce, Ms. Li Yuhong visited eBay’s Shanghai office.
Online retail is booming and the top 2,000 businesses on eBay grew 45% last year, according to its Online Business Index launched last week.
In a victory for fans and event ticket holders, the Minnesota House of Representatives passed House File 657 by a vote of 83 to 50 on March 27, 2012. Main Street members in Minnesota played an important role in this outcome, sending over 340 letters to lawmakers in support of this legislation.
On Tuesday March 27th, Virginia Governor Robert “Bob” McDonnell visited eBay’s North San Jose Campus, accompanied by the Commonwealth’s Secretary of Commerce and Trade, Jim Cheng, and two members of the Virginia Economic Development Partnership.
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