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Here are the latest movements detected by DotWeekly:

The Procter & Gamble Company has acquired and as well as was owned by a Gleem Studios / Kevin Sparks prior. and were both under whois privacy. P&G discontinued the Gleem toothpaste brand in 2014 and rolled the formula into a Crest product. Based on these domain purchases, it would appear that P&G has some kind of plans for the Gleem term.

1-800-FLOWERS.COM, INC. has acquired The domain has been registered since 2002 and was under privacy at the time. The domain was listed for sale via the Uniregistry system. is now owned by Apple Inc. after they acquired AuthenTec in July 2012 for $356 million as the domain name was one of the companies assets. It took 5 years to display Apple Inc. in whois records but it does now. The domain also transferred ownership to Apple.

The domain did move into whois privacy at Network Solutions and likely reached expiry on February 8, 2017 but was renewed around March 1, 2017 time frame under Wayne Sanford of AuthenTech (IT guy) and a registrant email address. This is a good example to show that you should always consolidate your domain assets to one registrar and update whois records so notification emails do not go amiss. has been acquired by domain buying service Marksmen and likely for Hewitt Associates LLC. Marksmen had acquired several similar domains prior, like (likely for a branded URL shortner). was a plus size clothing store since 1999 with about 1,800 indexed pages in Google and didn’t appear to be closing down by any means. This was likely a $$$$ convincing movement. has been acquired by Learn Capital. The domain name was owned by MGM prior. They also acquired and, which were owned by a different party. Learn Capital owns a slew of education related brands like, and to mention a few. Mirala translates from Spanish to English as: “Look At Her”

Sealed Air Corporation has acquired from its past owners. The domain has been registered since 2008.

Classic Vacations, LLC has acquired with the help of domain buying service Marksmen.

The Dow Chemical Company appears to have sold the domain name, which transferred from MarkMonitor to Tucows under privacy. The website resolves already and appears to be in relation to The H Hotel in Midland, MI and The Table Restaurant they offer.

Southwest Airlines Co. appears in whois records out of privacy for, a domain name that has been registered since 2008. has been acquired by a currently unknown CSC Corporate Domains client. The domain name was an expired auction at GoDaddy and the auction ended for $2,025 with CSC being the winning bidder.

State of Missouri has acquired from HugeDomains. The domain name held a buy now of $2,295 at the time of the sale.

Apple Inc. has registered the domain name

OPEX Corporation has acquired out of GoDaddy’s NameFind portfolio for an undisclosed amount (likely mid $x,xxx). OPEX offers warehouse automation and offers a robot called Perfect Pick. The domain has been registered since November 2000. There are several trademarks on the term, with OPEX’s filed in 2012, which is well after the domains registration.

Google Inc. registered a new and lengthy domain name,

Telepathy, Inc. has sold the domain name to Davies Collison Cave Pty Ltd. ( for an undisclosed amount, which holds the potential to be a very solid end user sale.

Sagamore Creative Group (Kevin Plank, aka founder of Under Armour) appear to have acquired from Frank Schillings Name Administration Inc. Whois is under privacy but name servers use Sagamore. I see some links on the .com, so they may have used that domain prior to the .com purchase. The .com website is live.

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