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June 16, 2011

Magento Founder Roy Rubin Discusses eBay Acquisition

Thu June 16 2011 08:18:42
  What does the upcoming eBay acquisition of Magento mean for developers and online merchants? AuctionBytes sat down with Magento co-Founder and CEO Roy Rubin to find out. Rubin explains what Magento offers eBay sellers and discusses his view of the newly announced X.commerce platform that brings together the developer programs of eBay, PayPal, Magento and GSI. He says eBay is moving away from being just a marketplace and a strategic payments platform for merchants and looking to become a partner with merchants across all different spectrum, whether it's marketing, platform services to fulfillment and customer service.

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