New York Times  May 7  Comment 
EBay and the founder of Gmarket, a South Korean online marketplace that eBay bought last year, said Thursday that they are forming a joint venture to expand Gmarket's footprint in Japan and Singapore.
TechCrunch  May 6  Comment 
Last fall, eBay acquired Korean auction site Gmarket for roughly $1.2 billion to expand to the Korean e-commerce market. Today, eBay is announcing a partnership with Gmarket founder Young Bae Ku to expand Gmarket’s existing online marketplaces...
Marketwire  Jun 15  Comment 
SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA -- (Marketwire) -- 06/15/09 -- Gmarket Inc. (NASDAQ: GMKT) announced today that it has notified the NASDAQ Stock Market of its intention to delist voluntarily its American Depositary Shares (the "ADSs") from the NASDAQ Global
New York Times  May 7  Comment 
EBay's acquisition of Gmarket in South Korea is a historic transaction - not just for eBay, but also for those who follow cross-border M&A. To my knowledge, it represents the first acquisition of a Korean company listed solely in the United...
Motley Fool  May 7  Comment 
Marketwire  Apr 28  Comment 
SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA -- (Marketwire) -- 04/28/09 -- Gmarket Inc. (NASDAQ: GMKT) ("Gmarket") announced today its financial and operating results for the first quarter ended March 31, 2009. Gmarket reported total revenues of Won 71.9 billion for the
Reuters  Apr 23  Comment 
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals involving European, U.S. and Asian companies were reported by 2000 GMT on Thursday.
Reuters  Apr 23  Comment 
U.S. online auctioneer eBay Inc won final approval from South Korea's antitrust watchdog for its planned acquisition of Gmarket Inc, subject to conditions such as a commission freeze for the next three years.
MarketWatch  Apr 16  Comment 
EBay Inc. says that it is focusing its efforts on business areas "where we can win," which include the company's core electronic commerce market but not the Internet telephony business the company paid a large sum to enter less than four years ago.
MarketWatch  Apr 16  Comment 
Most technology stocks are in the black, led by makers of chips and personal computers, and boosted by the blockbuster debut of language-software company Rosetta Stone.



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