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3/6. Radio 2 charts atypical territory in a series in which Kate Thornton explores the evolution of cyberspace, with special attention to the pioneers of six innovative modern-day business plans that have revolutionised the world. The digital-era festivities continue with Frenchman Pierre Omidyar , who in his San Jose living room in 1995 devised the internet goods-and-services shopping phenomenon eBay - now a$51 billion company with the British topping the list of the website's busiest consumers. The programme includes an interview with Omidyar and others who have played a part in the eBay story.
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