- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of eBay.
“Even though you can now replicate the 303's sound on inexpensive music programs, the original rarely eBays for less than £1,200.”
“Skype will get spun out also as soon as the CEO figures out how to minimize eBays loss on the whole mess.”
“It needs to be critically examined if we're going to have investors step up to back the Apples, Amazons, eBays and Googles of tomorrow?”
“Having a global footprint has been very helpful to the Amazons and eBays of the world.”
“This was the height of the dotcom era, when everybody traded their souls for stock options, and most plummeted with the startups they saught to create eBays out of.”
“Never liked eBays fees, they charge you for EVERYTHING and the fees are high too.”
“Lockyer and Levy had the temerity to suggest otherwise, pointing out, for example, that rising government expenditures had to be considered in the context of the state's vast population (37 million and counting); that while some corporations had moved manufacturing facilities elsewhere (understandably to take profitable advantage of under-paid laborers), venture capital continued to flow into the state, to launch the eBays and Googles of tomorrow.”
“Nothing says "A-Train to Harlem" like this vintage 60's tracksuit, complete with Bruce Lee tee that probably eBays for $500 now.”
“The answer is that we need more Googles, more eBays, more firms like Goldman Sachs (believe it or not), more Wal-Marts, McDonalds and more Dreamworks - all companies that have developed goods and services coveted around the world.”
“Will any future Googles, Yahoos, Amazons, or eBays even have the opportunity to innovate their way to success if they are forced to compete with existing companies who are free to favor their own content, simply because they own the pipes into consumer homes and businesses?”
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