Date: 2017-10-12 17:11
Creating two standalone businesses best positions eBay and PayPal to capitalize on their respective growth opportunities in the rapidly changing global commerce and payments landscape, and is the best path for creating sustainable shareholder value, the company said.
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You can keep using PayPal on eBay just like you do today – that won’t change. And you can still enjoy PayPal Purchase Protection programs.
Digital payments pioneer PayPal Holdings Inc. ( PYPL ) could continue to beat the market despite investor fears over a contract renegotiation with its former parent company , eBay Inc. ( EBAY ), several Wall Street analysts are telling investors.
In the announcement, eBay said that a recent strategic review of the company determined that both eBay and PayPal would be better off with a sharper focus and that the benefits of being together in the past were likely to fade.
We’ll also continue to share some customer information between eBay and PayPal to provide you the same level of customer support and fraud detection.
Buying and selling are made easier as payments are faster and more secure, with no need to share details or wait for cheques to arrive.