EBay sees revenue growth of 14% despite "challenging start"

EBay expects year on year revenue growth of between 12 per cent and 14 per cent despite what it said was a “challenging start to the year.”

17th July, 2014
EBay’s sales outlook fell short of analyst estimates.

EBay expects year on year revenue growth of between 12 per cent and 14 per cent despite what it said was a “challenging start to the year.”

The huge online retailer, which has significant operations in Dundalk and Dublin, said in its third quarter results presentation that its web payments arm PayPal has good momentum and that the eBay business itself has stabilised.

The company’s sales outlook fell short of analyst estimates as it dealt...

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