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eBay, Inc's Best Business Segment in 2016 So Far

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It's been a little over a year since eBay, Inc. (NASDAQ: EBAY) spun off its most successful business segment, PayPal Holdings Inc. (NASDAQ: PYPL) . PayPal is a formidable corporation on its own, with annual net revenue of $9.2 billion -- slightly more than its former parent's annual haul of $8.6 billion. Outside eBay's primary Marketplace segment, which business is making an impact in the post-PayPal era? Simply click through the accompanying slideshow to find out:

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