The eBay payments unit, which has been driving that company's growth, is announcing some changes today that it hopes will help fend off some scrappy competitors.
CNBC's Jon Fortt reports PayPal is offering a new mobile app that it hopes will fend off some scrappy competitors.
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Two banks owned by tycoons associated with Myanmar's former military regime will start to do business with U.S. companies and investors in the latest reward for the country's rapid political transformation.
The top tech stock isn't Apple or Google, Collin Gillis of BGC Partners says.
TheStreet.com details how three funds have achieved top results by sticking with high-quality companies that dominate niches and can grow year after year.
Bulls say Amazon is a future growth story but the growth rate is slowing, too.
John Donahue, eBay CEO, says investors will see lots of innovation from the tech industry in mobile payments, with CNBC's Scott Wapner.
In the company's first designer collection after its Neiman Marcus collaboration disappointed analysts, Target has already sold out of several items online while also avoiding the website crashes that have plagued past successful launches.
Google stock is newly poised for robust growth, RBC Capital Markets analyst Mark Mahaney says.
EBay stock has risen dramatically this year and might still look quite attractive, reports one TheStreet.com.
Simply put, good Kindle sales are bad for earnings — so if Amazon sold a lot of them, it's likely to hurt operating income.
The days leading up to Super Bowl Sunday on February 3 are traditionally the best time of year to snag a deal on a super-sized set.
Donahoe told CNBC's "Closing Bell" Thursday he expects this year's mobile payment volume will top $20 billion, adding that 120 million people have downloaded eBay's mobile payment apps.
John Donahoe, president & CEO of eBay, offers insight on earnings, PayPal and the user experience.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Victor Anthony, Topeka Capital Markets analyst, breaks down the better-than-expected fourth quarter numbers on eBay, and explains why he has a "hold" on the stock right now.
Rumack: Can you fly this plane, and land it? Ted Striker: Surely you can't be serious. Rumack: I am serious... and don't call me Shirley. -Airplane Below, Boeing's Dreamliner woes become more serious, as the FAA temporarily grounds all 787 planes.
The online marketplace reported quarterly earnings and revenue that were in line with analysts' expectations, but the company's guidance fell short of estimates.