Glo.com has changed ownership from Hearst Communications, Inc. to YogaGlo, Inc. according to whois records.
Hearst acquired the domain name from Whalerock Industries (formally BermanBraun) in January 2017 according to whois history records. Hearst announced on May 4, 2017 that they were launching a new media brand called Glo that was to launch in September 2017 but didn’t appear to happen.
I wasn’t able to find any connection between Hearst and YogaGlo, so this is a bit of a surprising sale (as it appears to be a sale) since Hearst had recently announced the new Glo brand launch and then went dark. Glo is a great brand name, so matching it up with the premium 3 letter .com and the parties involved… Whalerock + Hearst and then YogaGlo, Inc. gaining ownership of Glo.com is interesting.
YogaGlo was founded in 2011 by Derik Mills, who remains CEO today. I did send an email to Derik for conformation but I didn’t hear back at time of publishing.
I wasn’t able to find any legal filings publicly, so right now, this looks like a transaction change of ownership for Glo.com and it likely would be a sizeable amount of money.