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January 29, 2008

AuctionBytes Interview: eBay Execs Defend Changes

Tue Jan 29 2008 22:53:29
AuctionBytes interviewed top eBay executives by phone on Tuesday after the company announced new fees and radical changes to feedback. John Donahoe is eBay's new President and CEO,  replacing outgoing CEO Meg Whitman. Lorrie Norrington is President of eBay Marketplaces Operations taking over from Bill Cobb, who is retiring at the end of the year. John and Lorrie were attending the company's Ecommerce Forum in Washington DC where they introduced the changes in person to 220 of their top North American PowerSellers. We asked John and Lorrie about the changes and about the concerns we were hearing from sellers. Run time: 13:43

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