eBay has been under pressure in recent weeks to improve its relationship with Amazon.
The company recently announced plans to begin selling items that are cheaper than the ones it sells directly to consumers, though Amazon still pays a fee for the privilege.
(Bloomberg) eBay’s e-commerce arm, eBay Seller Services, has started selling items for $50 cheaper than Amazon.
A new product from eBay Seller Service, a new seller site that allows people to sell items on eBay, will be $10 cheaper than an item that is sold directly on Amazon, according to a listing on the site.
(Reuters) The company will sell an item at $50 less than the original price on Amazon when it goes live in the US on Monday.
Amazon has also lowered its prices on eBay sellers who are offering items for sale at the same or lower price.
Amazon is the world’s largest e-tailer, with more than 200,000 sellers selling products and services online.
(AP) Amazon is offering $20 off your first purchase of $199 or more for orders over $199 with the purchase of a $99 Prime membership, Amazon said.
(The Washington Post) Amazon’s ecommerce site, which is part of Amazon’s retail operation, has launched a new product offering a $10 discount for orders of $99 or more.
(Amazon) Amazon said it will offer free shipping to orders over a certain amount and will give customers the opportunity to add items to their cart on the checkout page.
Amazon will also be offering discounts on Prime membership-level items for up to 10 days.
(Associated Press) Amazon Prime memberships, which are valued at $99 a year, will cost $10 a month for an individual or $12 a month as part of the Amazon Prime Membership Program.
(New York Times) The US Consumer Product Safety Commission says it is launching a nationwide recall of products that may have been contaminated with the toxic gas 2-ethylbutyl benzene (2-BDE).
It also said it is investigating whether there are other potentially hazardous chemicals that may be in some of the products.
(Washington Post) The FDA has released a report showing that the chemical, which was used in a variety of industrial applications, was not designed to be used as a propellant in firearms or ammunition.
It said the safety concern was overstated.
(CNN) A federal judge has blocked the enforcement of a ban on selling recreational marijuana at marijuana stores in Arizona.
(CNSNews.com) A group of New Jersey school districts that were sued over their lack of access to medical marijuana are being sued for failing to provide students with the medications that the law requires.
(ABC News) The FBI has opened a preliminary investigation into the death of a 14-year-old girl in the Chicago suburb of Oak Park.
The girl was found in a backyard in the suburb on Monday with multiple gunshot wounds, according a release from the FBI.
Her family said she had been playing video games with a friend at the time of her death.
(Chicago Tribune) A man who was arrested on suspicion of sexually assaulting a 14 year old girl was released on $25,000 bond on Monday, according to court documents.
A woman in Ohio was charged with felony criminal sexual conduct for having sex with a 17 year old boy.
Police are investigating a Facebook post that appears to be an explicit video that appears in a suspicious group of women.
“I am a horny 14 yr old girl who wants a dude to fuck her and give her blowjobs.
I love it.
I need help and I know a dude is out there,” the post said.
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