|Bid||27.29 x 1100|
|Ask||28.51 x 1300|
|Day's Range||27.87 - 28.33|
|52 Week Range||26.36 - 46.99|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.41|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||Jan 29, 2019 - Feb 4, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||36.99|
The online retailer is putting together a Toy Book containing the hottest items of this year and all the retro playthings that will make your nostalgia kick in. If you're in New York City, eBay is also opening up an interactive storefront called Toytopia where kids can come in and play with the toys. While Amazon's catalog shows the best toys of this year, eBay has the best toys of any year as long as price is no object for you.
For many consumers, eBay is the go-to for buying and selling goods online - from old clothes to a new Xbox. But, what are some eBay scams you need to look out for? And how can you avoid them?
Facebook (FB) has delayed the rollout of a requirement that people or organizations buying British political ads on its platforms verify their identity and disclose who is funding the campaigns. The political ad identity check requirement had been scheduled to take effect on November 7 and become a mandatory condition to be met before political ads aimed at British citizens could be allowed to run on Facebook networks. Facebook said it was delaying the rollout of the political ad check to allow it time to improve its vetting process so it cannot be abused.
E-commerce has been driving holiday sales for the past few years, with an increasing number of consumers preferring to shop online.
Discover the hottest 2018 toys alongside unbelievable collectibles: this season's Bumblebee Transformer at $19.99 , on the same page as a first-generation 1987 Transformer Set for $100,000 SAN JOSE, Calif. ...
The e-commerce veteran has partnered with three big service providers in an effort to keep up with Amazon, Best Buy, and others.
Two documentaries and a mini-series at the Napa Valley Film Festival offered a tour of the dizzying possibilities and unintended consequences tech has taken us.
San Jose-based eBay Inc. is ending a company policy that forced employees into private arbitration in cases of sexual harassment at work, BuzzFeed reports.
eBay (EBAY) partners with service providers to offer in-home installation services to customers and consequently enrich the shopping experience.
It’s also posing a dilemma for companies like Facebook Inc. and Google’s owner Alphabet Inc., whose data hordes are making them more prominent energy consumers at the same moment investors are increasing their scrutiny of their stewardship of the environment. The answer for them is increasingly to line up long-term contracts for green electricity, adding momentum to the shift away from fossil fuels.
The Google employee walkout on Nov. 1 is leaving a lasting impact on the tech industry. In the immediate aftermath of the walkout, which saw thousands of Googlers across the globe protest the company's mishandling of sexual harassment and misconduct claims, the search giant said it would put an end to its policy of forced arbitration for employees claiming workplace harassment. Facebook followed suit, announcing the next day that it would allow its employees to pursue claims of sexual harassment in court.
Technical analysis also suggests the stock may continue to fall over the coming weeks by 8% from its current price of $29.24. The stock plunged in October after PayPal Holdings Inc. ( PYPL) noted lower than expected volume growth associated with eBay during its third-quarter conference call.