ICE Statement On eBay
Intercontinental Exchange, Inc, a leading operator of global exchanges and clearing houses and provider of data and listings services, is sharing the following statement in response to news reports published today:
ICE approached eBay to explore a range of potential opportunities that might create value for the shareholders of both companies. eBay has not engaged in a meaningful way. We are not in negotiations regarding the sale of all or part of eBay.
Over ICE’s 20-year history, the company’s track record of creating shareholder value, both through organic growth and acquisitions, speaks for itself. ICE does look to explore potential opportunities that it expects will deliver enhanced shareholder value, and will continue to do so in the future.
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