1. domainking131

    Rightside gets its first shareholder lawsuit after acquisition announcement

    Unsurprisingly, Rightside has been sued after announcing its planned sale to Donuts. The lawyers are circling. Seattle law firm Breskin Johnson & Townsend PLLC has filed a lawsuit(pdf) on behalf of Rightside (NASDAQ:NAME) shareholder Susan Paskowitz challenging the deal Rightside struck to be...
  2. domainking131

    Rightside reports $4.4 million net loss for Q3

    Rightside announced today financial results for the third quarter ended September 30, 2016 reporting a net loss of $4.4 million for the 3rd quarter. Rightside has 40 gTLDs in its portfolio and ended the quarter with approximately 546,000 registered domains. Rightside’s retail registrar...
  3. domainking131

    Rightside is releasing 2-character domains

    Rightside is releasing over 25,000 two-character domain names next week that were previously reserved. Most notably, the domain names will go through a dutch auction “early access” phase from September 14-20. During that time you can pay a premium to register the domain names at Enom, Hexonet...
  4. domainking131

    Daniel Negari and Ambrose sell $2M of Rightside shares

    Each now own 2.1% of company. .XYZ founder Daniel Negari and his COO Mike Ambrose have sold 173,000 shares of Rightside (NASDAQ:NAME) stock worth about $2 million this month as of yesterday, according to an SEC filing. Negari sold 109,794 shares and now owns 402,091. Ambrose sold 63,285 shares...
  5. anquest

    Tire.IN Sells@$4.95K, Takes RANK #10 on the 'Country Code Top 20 Sales Chart' | Ambience.IN $2K

    Ron Jackson >> The DN Journal Weekly List of the TOP 20 Sales >> dnjournal.com/domainsales.htm >> .IN Sales: Tire.IN $4,950 ( via SEDO.com ) / (Makes it to RANK #10 on the 'Country Code Top 20 Sales Chart') Ambience.IN $2,000 (via SEDO.com) TOP SALE / TOP 'New TLD'/'nTLD': Sex.LIVE...
  6. domainking131

    Donuts makes $70 million unsolicited offer for Rightside’s new TLD

    Public offer comes after Rightside declined earlier offers. Donuts announced today that it’s making a $70 million offer to acquire Rightside’s (NASDAQ:NAME) new top level domain name business. The company is making the offer public after “Rightside has repeatedly disregarded” Donuts’ previous...
  7. domainking131

    Rightside’s premium promotion has begun

    Promotion cuts the holding cost of premium domain names. Rightside’s (NASDAQ:NAME) promotion on premium domain names has begun and will run through the end of June. As I explained last month, the promotion enables you to pay just one year of premium pricing when you buy a domain name at...
  8. domainking131

    Rightside Acquires The .GAMES Domain Extension

    Rightside, a new domain name extension registry, today announced it has secured the .GAMES domain extension. Rightside plans to launch .GAMES in Q3 2016 starting at a standard wholesale price of $12.00. Rightside believes .GAMES fits nicely into its portfolio of 40 domain names like .LIVE...
  9. domainking131

    Hexonet Starts Offering Donuts & Rightside Backorders For Regular Priced Domains

    Hexonet starts offering Donuts and Rightside backorders for dropping domain names on May 1, 2016. The backorder service will be catching about 400 New gTLDs in total. HEXONET will continue to add backordering for even more new gTLDs in the coming months. Pricing available here
  10. domainking131

    Rightside rejects Negari’s $5m new gTLD offer

    Rightside has turned down Daniel Negari’s $5 million offer to acquire four of its new gTLDs, according to Negari. The XYZ.com CEO said: I was looking forward to operating .Army, .Dance, .Dentist, and .Vet under the XYZ umbrella. I’m disappointed that Rightside didn’t entertain my offer...
  11. domainking131

    Rightside to run domain investor-friendly promo on Premium domains

    Renewal prices will be low for premium domains registered May 16-June 30. Investing in new top level domain names for which the registry charges an annual premium is a tough proposition for domain name investors. Rightside, the company behind 39 top level domain names including .attorney...

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