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Define e-business and e-commerce. How are they similar? How do they differ? Can the two terms be used interchangeably?
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Define e-business and e-commerce. How are they similar? How do they differ? Can the two terms be used interchangeably?
Weegy: Electronic commerce or e-commerce refers to a wide range of online business activities for products and services. [ [1] It also pertains to “any form of business transaction in which the parties interact electronically rather than by physical exchanges or direct physical contact. The two terms mean the same. ] (More)
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in 200 words describe how eBay® works. What advantages and disadvantages do you think eBay® offers to small-scale sellers and large-scale sellers? Based on what you have learned, if you wanted to start an electronic retail (e-tail) business, would you use eBay®? Explain your reasoning
Weegy: yes • They pre-qualify charities?to date, about 5,000 have signed up with their program, and every one of them has been vetted to ensure they don't promote hatred, violence, or terrorism. [ Nonprofits must prove they're legitimate to join, so you know your money is going to truly worthy causes. • They have a platform specifically for listing items that will benefit charities (GivingWorks.EBay.com or EBay.com/Charity). Nonprofits can go there directly and sell goods they've received. Or individuals can elect to give from 10% to 100% of the final sale towards any approved organization. When 100% goes to charity, eBay pays the insertion and final value fees associated with that listing. • Goods benefiting nonprofits are given a unique tag by eBay, and these tagged products tend to sell more quickly and for higher final prices than regular items with comparable descriptions. The tags tell the buyer about the organization they're helping and how much of the profits they'll receive. • You can use your store, as well as auctions, to give. Every single time you fill out a Sell Your Item Form on eBay, you're given the option to donate to any of their charities.You're provided a fast, efficient way to turn goods and services into something a charity can use. Milliken states, "When you think about the incredible marketplace eBay is ? 30-some billion dollars transacted yearly ? if we can get just a small percentage of that contributed to the nonprofit sector, we'll make a huge difference in the lives of the people and communities these organizations serve." ] (More)
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competitive markets, monopolies, and oligopolies. What role does each of these play in an economy?
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competitive markets, monopolies, and oligopolies. What role does each of these play in an economy?
Weegy: The role of the government in the competitive market is to eliminate negative externalities, the government which also ensures that there is free entry and exit into a competitive market industry. [ On the hand there exist monopolies in the market that are financed by the government and the reason for this is to provide goods that may be too expensive to provide. The government will however in most cases encourage competition whereby competition results into optimal pricing in the economy. ] (More)
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