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  • Ebay Case Analysis

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    eBay: Dominance in the On-line Industry eBay is The World’s Online Marketplace®. Founded in 1995, eBay created a powerful platform for the sale of goods and services by a passionate community of individuals and businesses. On any given day, there are millions of items across thousands of categories for sale on eBay and its subsidiaries, half.com and shopping.com, to name a few (“eBay Inc Outlines Global Business Strategy”, 2000.) Retrieved October 31, 2008 from http://investor.ebay.com). eBay

  • Ebay Financial Analysis

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    EBAY, INC. BUAD 341.00, MWF 11:00A CARMEN CANDELARIA May 3, 2013 Table of Contents Introduction 1 Theme 1 Product Line of the Company 3 Industry History and Analysis 3 Major Competitors 4 NAICS Numbers 4 Relative Sales 4 Relative Returns 5 Product Life Cycle 5 Stock Performance 6 Financial Analysis 7 Ratio Analysis 8 Pro forma 8 Assumptions 8 Growth Rate of Sales 9 Asset Acquisitions 9

  • Ebay Strategic Analysis

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    Executive Summary This report seeks to evaluate the major issue facing eBay with regards to its international strategy. This will be done through the analysis of eBay’s competitive environment using the Porter’s 5 forces and positioning in the industry using the BCG portfolio matrix. Following which, we will proceed to identify the sustainable competitive advantages of eBay using the resource-based view of the firm. The core competence of eBay will also be discussed. Through an overview of the above mentioned

  • Strategy Analysis of Ebay

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    CHALLENGES FACING EBAY IN 2008: TIME FOR A CHANGE IN STRATEGY? SUBMITTED BY: CHAN LAI FENG ONG AINA ONG EE LING ELAINE MGMT 314 Strategic Management 3795457 3794106 3721668 Page | 1 Table of Contents Introduction ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3 eBay’s Business Model ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3 Strategic Issues and Analysis ----------

  • Swot Analysis of Ebay

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    Strategic Management SWOT analysis of eBay Company : eBay Inc. Introduction eBay is an international online marketplace with a global customer base of 233 million. It is a multibillion business operating in 37 countries. There are millions of items listed on eBay, including antiques, toys, books, computers, sports and electronics, amongst many others. In this assignment, I will perform a SWOT analysis of the company, then I will outline the strategies pursued by eBay. Company background

  • Ebay Case Analysis

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    Rasool(8093) Submitted to: Mr. AbdulQadir Molvi | Table of Contents ACKNOWLEDGEMENT 3 eBay 4 INTRODUCTION TO eBAY : 5 FINANCIAL ANALYSIS OF THE CASE: 7 PORTER’S FIVE – FORCES MODEL: 11 RIVALRY AMONGST COMPETING SELLERS: 12 SUPPLIERS 13 THREAT OF SUBSTITUTES 14 BUYERS 14 THREAT OF NEW ENTRANTS 15 INTERNAL AUDIT: 17 EXTERNAL AUDIT 19 INTERNAL FACTOR ANALYSIS: 21 EXTERNAL FACTOR ANALYSIS: 23 THE INTERNAL-EXTERNAL (IE) MATRIX 26 Space Matrix: 30 Competitive Profile Matrix(CPM):

  • The Swot Analysis Of Ebay Inc

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    Introduction: EBay Inc is a worldwide online retailer and auction industry that operate a web-based marketplace for all individuals to buy or sell anything online. In order to understand the business environment of eBay, we will first need to understand eBay’s internal and external environment. In order to do so, we have to analyze the SWOT analysis of eBay. EBay consists of many strengths that have made it one of the top online marketplace. In contrast, eBay also have many weaknesses that they are

  • Essay about Ebay analysis

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    The name “eBay” (http://www.ebay.com) is synonymous with “online auctions”. Founded in September 1995, the company qualifies as a genuine cultural and economic phenomenon (Bunnell, 2000, p.vii). The site can be credited with creating and defining an entire industry and has remained the dominant force in the online auction world, with anywhere from 70 to 90 percent of the person-to-person online auction market. eBay is also the 15th most visited site (http://www.MediaMetrix.com) on the web. In the

  • System Analysis of Ebay

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    Sarkar Tue, 3.30 pm Tue, 3.30 pm City City Pradipta Sarkar Pradipta Sarkar 5-4-2012 5-4-2012 1 1 ISYS 1051 ISYS 1051 Business Analysis Business Analysis Bus Info Tech & Logistics Bus Info Tech & Logistics ------------------------------------------------- RMIT UNIVERSITY ------------------------------------------------- BUSINESS ANALYSIS ASSIGNMENT 1 Aw Yue Shi S3246339 Table of Contents Introduction 3 Formal Systems Model 4 Bidding Online Use Case Diagram 6

  • Ebay Company Analysis

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    INTRODUCTION eBay Incorporated, a US company headquartered in San Jose, California, provides online marketplaces for the sale of goods and services, online payments services, and online communication offerings to individuals and business in the United States and internationally. With more than 90 million active users globally, their collective impact on e-commerce is staggering: In 2009, the total worth of goods sold on eBay was $60 billion — $2,000 every second. The business strategy of eBay is exemplified

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