On December 4, 2008, thought leaders, retailers and legislative aides gathered before members of the media to make the case against retail price maintenance or "price fixing" at Washington\'s National Press Club. eBay\'s Tod Cohen, Vice President of Global Government Relations, was one of the featured speakers.
To help set the technology policy agenda for the incoming Congress and Administration, the Washington, D.C. office of Google recently hosted a media event entitled, Tech Agenda 2009: Building an Infrastructure for a 21st Century Economy.
When you respond to a PayPal Main Street call-to-action, lawmakers listen. PayPal Government Relations works globally to show key policy makers and staff the potential impact of pending legislation on the PayPal platform. As a part of our global effort, please register for the new PayPal Main Street program. After you become a Main Street Member you can help take action in your area and around the world. Click here to join today!
The new PayPal Government Relations website is a new tool to communicate with the PayPal community on pressing legislative issues that may affect it.
The PayPal Government Relations team is working hard to prevent new government burdens on the PayPal community. With the launch of the website comes PayPal Main Street membership; this is your chance to sign up to help fight unfair legislation in your area. The best tool to help influence your legislators is you. Become a PayPal Main Street member today to stay up to date on the latest legislative issues, its easy and free.
NFIB, the National Federation of Independent Business, has released its pre-election Voting Scorecard. This report looks at how your U.S. Senators and Representatives voted on small business issues during the 110th Congress.
This summer, eBay joined forces with the National Federation of Independent Businesses (NFIB) to host the first-ever Small Business Summit in Washington, DC. The Summit, held June 8th - 11th, allowed attendees to interact with other small business leaders from around the United States and share their experiences with policymakers on Capitol Hill.