eBay (NASDAQ:EBAY) is on something of a hot streak: Its Marketplace segment is going strong, its Q2 revenues were nearly $3.4 billion, and its share price has risen by more than 30% this year. In today's edition, research analyst Lyons George discusses where the shop/auction giant might be heading next: directly into teenage wallets. In a recent interview with The Wall Street Journal, the company's president of global marketplaces hinted at a potential strategic shift toward allowing minors to set up and spend on their own accounts. Watch as Lyons discusses the massive potential -- and possible pitfalls -- of adding minors into the revenue mix.
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