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Financial Times hits back after advertiser threats

By exchange4media News Service | Feb 18, 2016

UK-based The Financial Times was the darling of social media yesterday after its columnist Lucy Kellaway made a very public reply to the marketing head of a major IT company on the newspaper's front pagee

International: What's Really Wrong With a Little Media Company Called Ebay

By Source: Advertising Age | Feb 09, 2008

Everybody, of course, has heard of eBay, the massive e-commerce company. But have you heard of eBay, the massive media company?

Google, eBay in strategic pact to drive click-to-call advertising

By exchange4media News Service | Aug 30, 2006

Google and eBay have entered into a multi-year agreement to benefit both companies’ collective communities of users, merchants, and advertisers around the globe. The agreement consists of two primary components involving text-based advertising and ‘click-to-call’ advertising functionality.

Yahoo!, eBay form strategic partnership to launch co-branded toolbar

By exchange4media News Service | May 27, 2006

Yahoo! and eBay have formed a multi-year strategic partnership designed to mutually benefit both companies by better serving their user, merchant, and advertising communities in the US. The agreement covers search and graphical advertising, online payments, a co-branded toolbar, and the opportunity to explore ‘click-to-call’ functionality.

India’s booming economy fuelling growth of Internet and e-commerce: eBay President

By exchange4media Mumbai Bureau | Feb 24, 2006

Meg Whitman, President and CEO, eBay Inc, on her first visit to India, reiterated immense confidence in the country’s growing ecommerce market. “India’s booming economy is fuelling the growth of the Internet and e-commerce,” she said.

Business Today and Allen Solly celebrate ‘Women Power’ in Indian business

By Noor Fathima Warsia | Feb 23, 2006

Business Today has released its special issue comprising the annual listing of 25 Most Powerful Women in Indian Business. Allen Solly was roped in as the presenting sponsor, while eBay’s Chairperson and CEO, Meg Whitman, was the Chief Guest. Whitman and Aroon Purie, Editor-in-Chief, The India Today Group, unveiled the special issue at a special gathering on February 22, 2006.