- The Washington Times - Tuesday, April 14, 2009

NEW YORK (AP) - More changes are coming to eBay. The online marketplace operator plans to adjust the way sellers list items on its site.

San Jose, Calif.-based eBay Inc. announced the changes Tuesday. The tweaks are to become effective in mid-June.

Among the changes: Sellers will be able to charge various prices for similar products that are sold under one listing _ such as different-sized shirts. And now June 15 is the deadline for sellers to add a return policy and handling time to their listings. That rule was originally supposed to take effect last month.

The changes are the latest in a long line of adjustments the company has made as it has struggled to improve its online marketplace.



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