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Transcript of eBay
part as their lively hood actually aimed
to display items in a professional manner Jeff Skoll Wanted an efficient website
Helped Pierre put eBay together
was raised and educated in Canada
Founded 2 high-tech companies Meg Whitman was the Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
came to ebay with degrees from
she guided ebay through all money
issues and saved them from any other
In 2008 Meg Left eBay
In 2009 Started campaigning
to become Governor of California Meg whitman Meg Became CEO The Cost Of the Outrage since more than 2 million auctions
were going on at the time it cost them to
refund almost $5 million The Pez Despensers made up a story about Pez
they did that to make it
more interesting because
you dont want to hear about
a genius guy
the next day they were in
the paper eBay Outrage Creator: Pierre Omidyar About Pierre Omidyar his fiancee was Pam Wesley
eBay started when he sold a broken laser pointer on an auction website
hometown was France
parents were Iranian In 1999 eBays site went down
It took 22 hours to get back up
they had to refund all the auctions
that were going on at the time
More than 2 million actions were
active during the outrage Sold broken laser pointer on an auction website for $14.83 Jeff Skoll
Joined eBay Meg Whitman Joined eBay The Big
Outrage Meg Left eBay $5 Million By: Emily Wishart AND Taylor Ramos In 2001 a jet was sold on eBay for 4.5 million dollars
Mario Cantone hosted a live eBay game show
the game show was named "Let's make a daily deal!"