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Miami man sues France — the country — for seizing his domain name

by Peter Haden Aug 21, 2018
Domain names are hot property for countries. Israel.com sold for almost $6 million in 2008. Korea.com went for $5 million in 2000. Now, a Miami man is suing France – the country – for seizing his domain name: France.com. France’s…
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Marketplace Tech Blogs

The dot-com URL is still king

by Molly Wood, Stephanie Hughes, and Shaheen Ainpour Feb 8, 2018
Buying the right domain name at the wrong time can command a hefty price tag.
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GoDaddy drops neo-Nazi site Daily Stormer

by Ben Johnson and Kristin Schwab Aug 15, 2017
It signals a change in how businesses decide who should editorialize the internet.
Visual Hunt

This.sucks for companies

by Tim Fitzsimons Mar 17, 2015
ICANN's decision to allow all sorts of new new domain suffixes is causing a stir in corporate circles.

Hey Google, name my website

by Nova Safo Jan 15, 2015
Google enters the crowded field of domain-name registration.
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You can buy ebola.com for $150,000

by Kai Ryssdal Oct 15, 2014
Jon Schultz bought the domain name for $13,500. Now he wants six figures.

How money gets made when people snap up web domains

by Nova Safo Oct 2, 2014
The list of what can come after the 'dot' in a web address is growing.

Invest in Marketplace today

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.com gives way to .bike and .singles

by Molly Wood Jan 29, 2014
New top-level domains are being launched for brands, product categories, foreign languages.

Behind the names and numbers of the Internet

by Lizzie O'Leary Aug 15, 2013
Fadi Chehade, CEO of ICANN -- the organization in charge of assigning names and numbers to Internet addresses -- talks about changes coming ahead for domain names and websites.

Coming soon: .beer, .love and even .unicorn

by Molly Wood Jun 15, 2012
The list of applications for new top level domains has been released. What'll the rush of new web addresses mean to you?