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Re: Yahoo! Cashes In On eBay's Outage
Posted by: Chet Dembeck 2002-08-02 01:20:01
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The Internet can give and the Internet can take away. This e-commerce fact of life should now be crystal clear to top eBay, Inc. executives, in the aftermath of the online auctioneer's 22-hour outage last week.


Re: Yahoo! Cashes In On eBay's Outage
Posted by: syzygy 2002-08-02 01:33:01 In reply to: Chet Dembeck
We all know what a golden goose ebay has had, but they haven't taken good care of the goose or the people who feed the goose. Since there is no communication with anyone in ebay, it relieves them from answering to anyone on a daily basis, but it also removes them from knowing what people really want or even expect. The arrogance is nearly intolerable to most who use the auction site.
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