EBay's fourth-quarter revenue rose 18 percent EBay Inc reported holiday quarter results that just beat Wall Street expectations, but the e-commerce company also gave a cautious forecast for 2013. EBay shares climbed 1.7 percent to $53.80 in after-hours trading following the announcement. Expectations were high ahead of the results because sales data from outside sources suggested strong sales growth from eBay's online marketplace and a solid increase in transactions processed by the company's PayPal payments business. More
Starting Ebay Bid for a Single Twinkie Is $5,000 ...Even if America’s iconic lard-log is dying, however, its entrepreneurial spirit is very much alive. Which is evidenced by the market for Twinkies and Twinkie-related products that is currently emerging on eBay. According to prices set by the sellers on the auction site, if you want a piece of air-puffed, sugar-soaked, corn-fed American history … it is going to cost you. More
MoS DIARY: Tiffany's horror as Carey Mulligan breaks £200,000 necklace But the final bill for Baz Luhrmann’s The Great Gatsby could have been even higher – after Carey Mulligan broke a £200,000 Tiffany pearl necklace during filming. The 27-year-old, who plays Jay Gatsby’s lost love Daisy Buchanan, had a series of ... 05/5/2013 - 2:36 am | View Link
Tiffany Sues Costco Over Alleged Fake Rings Tiffany filed a high-profile lawsuit against eBay Inc. EBAY-0.03 % in 2004 to force the Internet auction site to take greater steps to prevent fake Tiffany jewelry from ... that had to be dealt with," said Tiffany's lawyer, Jeffrey Mitchell, of Dickstein ... 02/13/2013 - 11:00 am | View Link
eBay not liable for fakes In 2004, after suspecting knockoffs of its jewelry were being sold on the eBay site, employees of Tiffany’s purchased hundreds of purported Tiffany’s products and tested them. Tiffany’s discovered three out of every four items were fake. Based on ... 05/16/2010 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Does eBay need a disclaimer? Tiffany v. eBay, the Second Circuit rules trademark dilution and false advertising because a sizeable percentage of the Tiffany branded goods sold on eBay were fake. The trial judge in the Southern District of New York held against Tiffany on all its claims. Tiffany appealed to the Second Circuit. 04/4/2010 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Tiffany's Loses Latest Battle With eBay Over Counterfeit Jewelry An Manhattan appeals court has restored some of the luster to Tiffany & Co.'s claim that eBay should be held liable for touting fake bling sold through its ... Judge Richard Sullivan to reconsider Tiffany's false-advertising claim, which he rejected ... 03/31/2010 - 1:00 pm | View Link
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Upgrading power grids, reducing greenhouse gas emissions and adapting to climate change are on the agenda for a new international working group composed of the three national energy ministers in the U. S., Canada and Mexico.
U. S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz, Canadian Minister of Natural Resources Greg Rickford, and Mexico Secretary of Energy Pedro Joaquín-Coldwell will collaborate on six different climate adaptation and energy issues.
The United States - a country that doesn't even play 'football' as the UK knows it - has blown the seeming invincibility of the sport's world governing body FIFA, wide apart, with the arrests of nine current and former officials on charges of corruption. US-style 'shock and awe' have just taken 
World soccer supremo Sepp Blatter needs to resign, guilty or not. He embodies the FIFA, he is in charge, some of the arrested officials are vice-presidents at the world soccer body, just one rung below him. The corruption suspicions and raid alone are a big blow to the FIFA brand and the top man needs to take the blame and retire.
Apple might be building a car. It might be building a lot of things. That’s what happens when you’ve got incredible designers and engineers, and a war chest of $100 billion to work with. The company’s not likely to reveal its plans until it’s ready to show something off – despite settling a lawsuit over the alleged poaching of battery experts – but it’ll happily troll the tech press.