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Topic - Brian Walker
EBay reported Tuesday that its third-quarter net income rose 22 percent thanks to higher revenue at its PayPal payments service and at the marketplaces business that includes eBay.com.
Online marketplace operator EBay said Monday that it will pay $2.4 billion for GSI Commerce, which operates websites for retailers like Toys R Us and Bath & Body Works.
"I told my father, this is what we've all be working for for 30 years," says Brian Walker, who has written or contributed to three dozen books on the history of comics. "It's kind of like the ultimate dream that we hoped would happen someday, where all this great artwork is being kept safely and archived and made accessible to the public."
Walker said PayPal "continues to put up good numbers," but he called eBay's core marketplace and GSI's results "disappointing."