Verizon ripped the blue jeans off Chinese #domain registrant

On May 15, 2020, Verizon acquired Blue Jeans Networks, Inc., which provides video conferencing products and services. The matching trademark, BLUE JEANS, has nothing to do with the popular type of pants. By acquiring the company, Verizon became both the owner and protector of this mark and brand. The Chinese registrant of BlueJeansChina.com claims to […]

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AOL & Yahoo : Once again sold!

AOL and Yahoo, two of the internet’s iconic brands, are being sold once again. Verizon is taking a $4 billion dollar loss, by selling the pair for $5 billion to private equity firm, Apollo Global Management. In a press release, Verizon said the sale allows the company to “aggressively pursue growth areas and stands to […]

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AOL acquires Oath.com and Oath.co domains

Oath is the new face of an AOL/Yahoo merger, and for that matter they acquired the domain Oath.com. Canadian domain investor, George Kirikos, identified the buyers of Oath.com as stealth acquisitions firm, Treadstone Group. Oath.com belonged to the World Media Group, owners of a large generic domain portfolio. AOL also acquired Oath.co which was up […]

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You’ve got merger! AOL to be bought by Verizon for $4.4 billion dollars

Can you hear me now? Oh wait, wrong slogan. America Online, the sweetheart of the 1990s and early 2000s, is being sold to Verizon. The acquisition cost: $4.4 billion dollars, or about $50 dollars a share. That’s a fraction of the company’s valuation from a few years back, when it was swallowing up companies. AOL […]

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