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Things indicate that NBCUniversal has sold the premium generic domain name Sandbox.com to Sandbox Ad Agency.

Sandbox.com has been owned by NBC for sometime now but this morning I detected that the domain name has transferred out of brand protection registrar MarkMonitor to GoDaddy. Whois records do NOT indicate a change of ownership as NBC remains in whois records.

To note, GoDaddy is a registrar by default that allows one to transfer in a domain name and retain past whois

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Domain Movers is an exclusive series on DotWeekly that keeps track of company related domain name transactions. These are often very early discoveries and highlight domain name upgrades for companies, future branding, marketing and advertising and much more.

Domain names are vital assets to companies around the world and extremely important. Here is a sneak peak into a small sampling of some of the activity taking place daily:

BU.org has been sold at Sedo to a currently unknown buyer. In … Read the rest

In today’s company focused Domain Movers series, we continue to see companies buying domain name assets for domain name upgrades, brands, new products and services and much more!

Here is a small sampling of some recent company focused domain name transactions:

Pinewood Technologies PLC has acquired CarStore.com at domain name aftermarket service Sedo.com for $82,500 USD. The UK based business helps car dealerships be more profitable with a dealer management system. The company uses Pinewood.co.uk as its main website, one … Read the rest

In today’s company focused Domain Movers series on DotWeekly, we see a little smaller list than normal but several big names on the move!

Avora.io appeared to be bidding in the expired domain name auction for Avora.com on DropCatch.com. The CEO’s name is Ricky Thomas and the bidder id of thomasr79 gives that indication. The bid price with a little over an hour left in auction was $2,700 with thomasr79 leading from the get go on January 26, 2018 at … Read the rest