StubHub (often styled StubHub!) is an online marketplace owned by eBay, which provides services for buyers and sellers of tickets for sports, concerts, theater and other live entertainment events. It has grown from the largest secondary-market ticket marketplace in the United States into the world's largest ticket marketplace by a considerable margin. While the company does not currently disclose its financials, it is said to process one sports or entertainment ticket every second and in 2015 had over 16 million unique visitors and nearly 10 million live events per month.The San Francisco-located company was founded in 2000 by Eric Baker and Jeff Fluhr, both former Stanford Business School students and investment bankers. The president of StubHub as of 2015 is Scott Cutler. Other executives include Raji Arasu, Noah Goldberg, Ajay Gopal, and Anne Robie. Founder Eric Baker left StubHub in 2004. StubHub was acquired by eBay in January 2007.ABC has stated that StubHub has ""become the ticket scalper of the digital age, the ultimate middleman to shake up the way people interact to buy and sell tickets to almost any concert, theatre performance or sporting event."" StubHub has become a major sponsor in sports and entertainment. As of September 2013, StubHub has more than 120 partners, including Anschutz Entertainment Group, the O2, Staples Center, Major League Baseball Advanced Media, 28 MLB clubs, ESPN, more than 35 NCAA premier colleges and universities, a number of NHL, NBA, and Major League Soccer teams, as well as some of the top music venues in the United States and United Kingdom. Internationally, StubHub also has partnerships with several Barclay's Premier League teams and has partnered with Crown Talent and Media Group to become the official ticket seller for some of its artists including Jessie J. As of June 2013, it also holds the naming rights to StubHub Center in Carson, California.Sellers post available tickets at any price they choose. A range of tickets are listed, mainly sporting, concert, theater, and other live entertainment events. Unlike other online ticket resellers, such as Craigslist (free) and eBay (up front price per listing), StubHub takes a commission after the sale takes place. StubHub.co.uk was launched in March 2012, and operates from London.