People are sending the White House press secretary fake requests for money.
A Cheetos corn snack resembling a gorilla sold on eBay for close to $100,000.
Kellyanne Conway tells CNBC that Trump needs to tweet to get the real information out.
In addition to helping their own employees, tech companies are offering support for others affected by Trump's travel ban.
It didn't take long for McDonald's limited edition Big Mac Special Sauce to find its way on to eBay.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The tech industry is particularly vulnerable to the Trump administration's nationalist policies, says Elevation Partners' Roger McNamee.
James Cakmak at Monness, Crespi, Hardt & Co says that eBay might have accelerated its performance but it is losing market share.
Stocks closed at all-time highs after a series of executive orders from President Donald Trump increased bullish sentiment on Wall Street.
Earnings are out for Ebay. CNBC's Josh Lipton reports the details.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a higher open as traders eyed a deluge of earnings reports, while a post-election rally reignited.
Fintech and other forms of digital payment are less wasteful and cheaper than cash, PayPal CEO Dan Schulman says.
The two factors are key components to eBay's business, CEO Devin Wenig tells CNBC.
Devin Wenig, eBay CEO, shares his thoughts on free trade and President-elect Trump's immigration plan.
Founders from LinkedIn and Ebay are funding academic research aimed at keeping artificial intelligence systems ethical. Recode reports.
Alibaba Chairman Jack Ma's plan to bring 1 million new jobs to Trump's America fails to consider how much his site hurts U.S. businesses.
CNBC PRO used fundamental analysis to find the industrial stocks that could be ready to pop in 2017.
Amazon recruited more shoppers to its subscription Prime program than it has during any other Christmas season, the company said Tuesday.
William E. McGlashan Jr. is developing Rise, a $2 billion social impact fund with a number of well-known philanthropists.
Returns cost retailers billions of dollars each year, and online shopping is making the problem worse.