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By The Numbers

Can you buy fine art online?

by jason slotkin Aug 6, 2013
Amazon launches a fine art Marketplace, but will any reputable dealers use it?
By The Numbers

Why you shouldn't sell historic art on eBay

by jason slotkin Jul 29, 2013
eBay sellers who listed a piece of the original Schindler's list received no bids for the historic document.

So goes tech earnings, so goes the economy?

by David Brancaccio Jul 18, 2013
Intel and eBay are forecasting choppy waters for the second half of the year. Google and Microsoft will release their latest business reports later today.

Yard sale or online auction: The best way to get cash for clutter

by Barbara Bogaev Jul 5, 2013
Summer is the perfect time to get rid of your unwanted items, but is it more lucrative to sell stuff online or at a traditional a yard sale?

The consequences of an online sales tax

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Apr 22, 2013
Online sales taxes are up for debate again and big guys like eBay are crying foul. What are the real consequences of an online sales tax for retailers?
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The guy who tried to sell his Google Glass? He just wanted to pay his student loans

by Marketplace Contributor Apr 18, 2013
The bidding reached $95,000 before the seller, who says he was hoping to pay off student loans, removed the glasses from auction.

Big Data creates big industry for storing data

by Stacey Vanek Smith Apr 4, 2013
Every purchase, online web search and even cellphone call generates data that companies hope to use to boost sales. But storing all that data is becoming a big expense, and it has spawned a multibillion-dollar industry.
The data storage market is now worth about $70 billion a year.
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The Aftermath of Aaron Swartz's Suicide; Using PayPal at the Pump

by Molly Wood Jan 17, 2013
The death of a freedom of information campaigner and accused hacker is prompting a bid to change federal law on computer abuse and fraud. Aaron Swartz, 26, killed himself on Friday as he awaited trial for breaking into MIT’s computer…

eBay gets boost from mobile bidders

by Sally Herships Jan 16, 2013
eBay reports fourth-quarter earnings amid high expectations, as tablet and smartphone user bid up business on the online auction site.

eBay puts a hex on supernatural sales

by Eve Troeh Aug 17, 2012
Spells, curses, potions and psychics are being dropped by the online auction site.