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Microsoft Corp. said Tuesday that it has agreed to buy the popular Internet telephone service Skype SA for $8.5 billion in the biggest deal in the software maker's 36-year history.
EBay Inc. on Wednesday said that its first-quarter profit rose 20 percent on reinvigorated growth at its namesake e-commerce website and further swift growth at its PayPal payment service.
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.
The 2010 pay package online marketplace operator eBay Inc.'s CEO rose 22 percent to $12.4 million from the previous year, according to an Associated Press analysis of a Monday regulatory filing.
Cisco Systems Inc., the world's largest maker of computer networking gear, on Friday said its first-ever cash dividend will amount to 6 cents per share and will be paid on April 20.
EBay Inc. has tweaked the requirements for avoiding "listing" fees when auctioning items on its site, letting users list up to 50 items each month at any starting price and allowing them to add the "Buy it Now" option to listings for free.
Google Inc., Twitter, Microsoft Corp. and other U.S. technology companies are finding ways large and small to help out in the wake of last week's earthquake in Japan and the resulting tsunami.
Internet phone company Skype says it is launching advertising on its service for the first time.
A new website called Ongo wants to charge people $7 per month to look at news that is for the most part free elsewhere.