Capturing and locking down carbon on a global scale will not be easy, as companies will have to build expensive, massive plants capable of capturing millions or billions of tons a year
E-commerce firm eBay Inc said on Tuesday it will lay off 500 employees globally, representing 4% of its total workforce.
Shares of the San Jose, California-based company rose about 1% in aftermarket trade.
"This shift gives us additional space to invest and create new roles in high-potential areas - new technologies, customer innovations and key markets," said Jamie Iannone, Chief Executive Officer of Ebay in a message to employees.
A raft of US companies from Goldman Sachs Group Inc to Alphabet Inc have laid off thousands this year to ride out a demand downturn wrought by high inflation and rising interest rates.