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May 27, 2009

Enable Holdings CEO Discusses Secondary Markets, Auctions, eBay

Wed May 27 2009 08:49:57
With the economy in the dumps, there's a lot of attention being paid to overstock inventory and returns. In March, eBay said it intended to become the leader in secondary marketplace (see "eBay Strategy Revealed"). We spoke to the CEO of Enable Holdings, which runs the uBid.com auction site, the RedTag fixed-price site and offline service, and the B2B Dibu Trading Corporation. We asked Jeffrey Hoffman what all the fuss is about the secondary markets, whether this strategy makes sense for a company like eBay - and how Enable Holdings is different from sites like eBay and Overstock.com - and the viability of the online auction format. Run time: 20:09

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