|For Teaneck, N.J., Shop Owners, eBay Opens Up a Universe of Profits|
|Topic||Technology, Innovation and Change AND Entrepreneurism|
|Key Words||eBay, technology, business strategy|
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Ronnie Mintz and Pat Soloman are experts on antiques and collectables, with a store in Teaneck, NJ called Finishing Touches. They are also eBay entrepreneurs. The mother-daughter partners began using eBay to sell their products in 1998. They initially had no clue about how to sell things online, but enough people are willing to pay them to avoid the hassle and time of selling online that eBay sales now account for 75% of the store's revenues.
|Source||"For Teaneck, N.J., Shop Owners, eBay Opens Up a Universe of Profits," Knight Ridder/Tribune Business News Jan. 25, 2004.|
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