Here is the latest Domain Movers. I ran out of time yesterday to post, so this is a double dose of domain name transactions with a corporate focus.

Lincoln Global, Inc. has acquired from The domain has been registered since 2002 and was parked and for sale at the time of the sale.

Reed Business bv has acquired, which held a $19,000 buy now price. The domain was acquired in early 2017 and they registered on May 9, 2017.

TATA Global Beverages GB Limited registered, adding to the other 240 domain names they own. has been acquired out of GoDaddy’s NameFind portfolio by Discovery Communications, LLC.

Easyship Fulfillment Services Limited of Hong Kong has acquired its EMD, also out of GoDaddy’s NameFind portfolio.

The Scott’s Company (likely) registered several domain names under whois privacy relating to “Performance Organics” with some of the domains containing the brand name Miracle Gro. for an example. They registered several variations of the terms, like, and more.

Google Inc. has taken ownership of from Apigee, a company they acquired for $625 million in late 2016. has changed ownership from Silicon Graphics International Corp to Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company. HPE acquired SGI in 2016 for $275 million in cash.

Uber Technologies, Inc. has acquired the domain name from its past owner. The domain has been registered since 2008. has been sold by to a currently unknown MarkMonitor client.

AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND BANKING GROUP LIMITED ( has acquired The domain name held a $125,000 buy now price at Afternic.

ATLASTRAVEL.COM.AU PTY LTD has acquired, which was owned by Pumpkin Patch Limited prior.

Amazon Technologies doesn’t mess around when it comes to brand protection and domain names. I mentioned Tuesday that Amazon acquired from its past owner around April 20, 2016, over a year ahead of the products public announcement. To further up its brand protection, they then registered 28+ relating domains to the new product on the morning of the announcement. Those domains include: has been acquired by a currently unknown CSC Corporate Domains client. also reported on this domain with further comment about the potential buyer and some words from the seller. has been acquired by, a CSC Corporate Domains client from France. The domain held a $38,400 purchase price. has been acquired by a currently unknown CSC Corporate Domains client. The domain came out of and has been registered since October 2014.

The Procter & Gamble Company registered and

Frank Schillings Name Administration Inc. has just been killing it lately or they are up to something…. a large amount of domains keep moving from the company. Some are just moving to privacy, some are being allowed to expire but many are moving to new owners according to whois. Some of the ones that moved to new owners are: changed ownership to YPC Media. The domain held a buy now price of $59,000 was acquired by CeX Ltd. The domain held a buy now of $70,800 was acquired by 7able Limited. The domain held a buy now of $54,000 was acquired by National Tobacco Company, L.P. The domain held a buy now of $88,000

113 detections were found on a registrant monitor and only 8 of those were an incoming domain, so 105 moved “out” in some fashion. 36 of those 105 moved to new owners in whois. 59 of those 105 moved to privacy protection, like and for an example. So did they sell about 95 domains in one day?

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3 Responses to Domain Movers:, + More
  1. Suresh Raghavan May 11, 2017 at 5:55 am Reply

    Appreciate your posts Jamie..I would rate the info you provide one of the most valuable in the industry.

  2. Thank you, Jamie, for interesting analysis.
    Particularly, that of FS’s sales.

  3. The money F S is spending at namejet would dictate they are selling those names to replace inventory, and paying up for it.


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