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If you want to sell overseas this holiday season, e-commerce fulfillment firm Shipwire says its got the tools to turn visions of going global into a reality.
The auction leader is making moves in response to waning interest in online bidding and continued strength from rivals' traditional e-commerce models.
Bazaarvoice offers a way for shoppers to share their stories by posting them at your Web store and Wigix makes it easier for members to make money without selling at the site.
The would-be Google rival says its methods are better than prevailing search techniques that focus on Web links and audience traffic patterns.
EBay scored a major legal victory on Monday when a federal judge absolved it of responsibility for policing fake Tiffany jewelry.
France plays hardball and slaps eBay with a stiff penalty for allowing the sale of illegitimate goods.
Google will offer advertisers a free media planning tool to help them locate target audiences on the Web.
eBay is laying out Project Echo, a plan to give independent developers a path to having their software featured within eBay's core site.
Javien's micropayment plan meets Visa's new guidelines, traffic is up at coupon sites, and Shipwire, the online fulfillment company, expands into Europe.
Under the agreement, Yahoo can run ads supplied by Google alongside its own search results.
Yahoo and Wal-Mart announce ad partnership while Microsoft still waits in the wings.
It's hard to stay abreast of developments in online sales-tax issues so we provide six resources to get you up-to-date in a few clicks.
The online purchase of an electric shaver by a California woman spurred a class action suit against Target.
Microsoft wants to buy Yahoo's search business and take a minority stake in the Web pioneer, stopping short of a full-out merger.
Microsoft puts another offer on the table, but will Yahoo raise the ante again?
Craigslist filed a countersuit alleging eBay used its minority stake in Craigslist to steal its corporate trade secrets.
MySpace social network will let users share their public profile information, such as pictures, videos, and text, across the Web.
It appears Microsoft is abandoning its Yahoo takeover, amid rumors of a Yahoo-Google ad partnership.
Amazon.com is challenging a new statute requiring Internet retailers based elsewhere to collect New York sales taxes.
Microsoft vows not to raise bid for Yahoo, threatens hostile take-over.
Yahoo looking to turn over Web search advertising to Google following a successful test.
eBay announces new seller trust initiative, Terapeak 5.0 launches, a look at eBay acronyms and Chris Isaak to perform at eBay Live.
Consumer advocacy groups urged the FTC to create a "do not track" registry that would allow Web surfers to bar advertisers from collecting their information.
eBay members no longer able to participate in auction house bidding.
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