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  2. eBay - Wikipedia

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    eBay Inc. (/ ˈ iː b eɪ / EE-bay) is an American multinational e-commerce company based in San Jose, California, that facilitates consumer-to-consumer and business-to-consumer sales through its website. eBay was founded by Pierre Omidyar in 1995, and became a notable success story of the dot-com bubble. eBay is a multibillion-dollar business with operations in about 32 countries, as of 2019.

  3. Finance - Wikipedia

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    Financial managers - i.e. as opposed to corporate financiers - focus more on the short term elements of profitability, cash flow, and "working capital management" (inventory, credit and debtors), ensuring that the firm can safely and profitably carry out its financial and operational objectives; i.e. that it: (1) can service both maturing short ...

  4. Shopify - Wikipedia

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    The Shopify platform offers online retailers a suite of services including payments, marketing, shipping and customer engagement tools. [4] The company reported that it had more than 1,700,000 businesses in approximately 175 countries using its platform as of May 2021.

  5. Mobile marketing - Wikipedia

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    To avoid sharing numbers with other senders, and for brand recognition and number consistency, leasing a dedicated virtual number, which are also known as a long code or long number (international number format, e.g. +44 7624 805000 or US number format, e.g. 757 772 8555), is a viable option. Unlike a shared number, it can receive SMS replies.

  6. Comcast - Wikipedia

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    Comcast's Customer Service Rating by the ACSI surveys indicate that the company's customer service has not improved since the surveys began in 2001. Analysis of the surveys states that "Comcast is one of the lowest scoring companies in ACSI. As its customer satisfaction eroded by 7% over the past year, revenue increased by 12%."

  7. Tesco - Wikipedia

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    A number of companies including Tesco used a scheme to avoid VAT by deeming 2.5% of purchases paid for by card to be a 'card transaction fee', which reduced the company's tax liability without changing the charge to the customer.

  8. Online shopping - Wikipedia

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    In a conventional retail store, clerks are generally available to answer questions. Some online stores have real-time chat features, but most rely on e-mails or phone calls to handle customer questions. Even if an online store is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, the customer service team may only be available during regular business hours.

  9. Tucows - Wikipedia

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    Mobile phone services. In February 2012, Tucows launched a new mobile virtual network operator in the United States known as Ting, which resells voice and data services on the T-Mobile US network. As of July 2018, the service had approximately 286,000 subscribers. In 2017, Tucows acquired Canadian MVNO Roam Mobility from Otono Networks.