Welcome to Domain Movers! DotWeekly keeps track of corporate domain name transactions and shares them with you. The majority of these would go unreported if we didn’t do the work. Today is a double dose as I ran out of time to share my findings for Tuesday.

Here is a sampling of the recent domain names acquired, registered and sold by many companies:

Several “soda” domain names were registered by a currently unknown CSC Corporate Domains client and not in … Read the rest

I feel like I preach the importance of owning an exact match domain name until I’m blue in the face but the fact is, there are SO many companies that complicate things dearly and do not own EMD’s!

There are a lot of companies who do understand the importance though and I will continue to point them out with facts and numbers! If you missed an earlier mention, Y Combinator, a well established incubator of startups provided a brief hit … Read the rest

Welcome! This is Domain Movers, where we keep track of what domain names companies are buying and selling and report them to you. Since we are coming off of a weekend, this report is a little light on volume but still contains many important domains to the companies who purchased them.

Federal-Mogul Corporation has acquired the domain name Jurid.com via UDRP. Federal-Mogul purchased Honeywell’s friction business in 2014, including the Jurid brand. Honeywell DID own the domain name Jurid.com … Read the rest

Carnival Corporation has acquired the premium generic domain name Ocean.com. The domain name was first reported sold by Elliott over at DomainInvesting.com on September 9, 2016. I followed up not long ago, mentioning it appears the buyers were getting ready to launch a website and that has now taken place.


Richard Lau was the seller of the domain name, which he acquired for $100,000 in 2011. The purchase price was undisclosed, but I highly expect this domain name to … Read the rest

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