Now let me briefly touch on eBay Enterprise. In Q3, eBay Enterprise grew same-store sales 13% for its retail customers. eBay Enterprise continue to evolve its omnichannel capabilities and solutions.
At its customer summit in September, eBay Enterprise announced a new suite of Commerce Technologies, including its recently launched platform. These technologies were deployed in Q3 to another four brands and Sony went live with its online store in North America last week.
eBay Enterprise is also partnered with PayPal to pilot a free two-day shipping program with nine retailers. Launched earlier this month, initial results are strong, showing increased share of checkout and sharp uptakes in conversion. Share of checkout is significantly greater than competing offers on sites where both exist. This is a great example of how we can leverage our portfolio to deliver compelling offers and experiences to merchants and consumers.
In summary, our Company had a strong third quarter, and as I outlined at the beginning of my remarks, I feel very good about our strength and opportunities. Our core businesses are strong, and over the past 12 months we've enabled over $200 billion in commerce volume for our merchant, brand, and retail partners. That's more than a 20% increase in what's been a fairly lackluster macro environment. But in this challenging environment, we are focused on what we can control; strengthening our operating discipline and execution. This means getting our product innovations to market faster, deploying new technology more effectively, and more aggressively driving consumer and merchant engagement. We believe we're making the right investments to drive commerce innovation, and we need to step up the pace on translating these investments into accelerated growth. That's our priority.
Now, I'll turn it over to Bob who'll provide more details on Q3 and our outlook.
Bob Swan - SVP, Finance and CFO: Thanks John. During my presentation, I'll reference our earnings slide presentation that accompanies the webcast.
Q3 was a strong quarter for the Company and another deposit on our multi-year plan. Total enabled commerce volume in the quarter grew 21% to $52 billion. Revenue was $3.9 billion, up 14%; and non-GAAP EPS was $0.64, up 17%.
Free cash flow was $1 billion in the quarter. User growth grew double-digits for both PayPal and Marketplaces. We announced our agreement to acquire Braintree for approximately $800 million to help accelerate PayPal's leadership in mobile payments and to support developers who are creating innovative solutions for next-generation commerce start-ups.
Additionally, we have sold our equity stakes in ShopRunner and RueLaLa and received repayment of the Kynetic note receivable for approximately $485 million. The proceeds were partially financed to Braintree acquisition.
We are maintaining our full year guidance and expect to be at the low end of our range on both the top and bottom lines. As John mentioned and we highlighted at Analyst Day earlier this year, our goal is to enable commerce, connecting merchants and consumers from around the world to down the street to buy and pay.