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US to probe Autonomy sale to HP

December 28, 2012 |

Hewlett-Packard’s contentious purchase of UK software firm Autonomy is being investigated by the US Department of Justice.
BBC News – Business

Sale shoppers ‘set to spend £3bn’

December 26, 2012 |

British shoppers are expected to spend almost £3bn in the Boxing Day sales, experts predict.
BBC News – Business

U.S. sets price on sale of remaining AIG shares

December 12, 2012 |

The Treasury Department agrees to sell the remaining 234 million shares it received in the bailout of American International Group for $ 32.50 each.

WASHINGTON — The Treasury Department said it would raise $ 7.6 billion in the sale of its remaining shares of American International Group Inc., ending the controversial bailout of the insurance giant with a $ 22.7-billion profit.


L.A. Times – Business

Canada backs Nexen sale to CNOOC

December 8, 2012 |

Canada’s government approves the sale of oil company Nexen to state-owned Chinese firm CNOOC, but says it will block any such future takeovers.
BBC News – Business

Ma Barker’s infamous Florida hide-out for sale

December 5, 2012 |

The house in Ocklawaha, Fla., is listed at $ 889,000 — including 10 lakefront acres and artifacts from her gang’s 1935 shootout with the FBI.

The Ma Barker hide-out, site of the longest shootout in FBI history, drew more international publicity than solid offers when it was recently scheduled for auction, and it is now being listed for sale.


L.A. Times – Business

Can heir avoid capital gains taxes on sale of parents’ home?

November 25, 2012 |

This tax bill was avoidable. Instead of transferring the property to their children’s names, the parents should have waited to bequeath it after they died.

Dear Liz: My wife and her brother are selling their parents’ home. The parents transferred the deed to their children’s names years ago. My wife should receive about $ 85,000 from the sale. Our yearly income (one salary; she’s a stay-at-home mom) is around $ 75,000. My wife is worried about capital gains taxes and wants to reinvest in another real estate property because she’s heard that that will eliminate the capital gains tax. Is that correct? I would really rather invest that money in our current home (finish the basement into a family room, update some items) and pay off our car loan than worry about another property to take care of. What do you think?



L.A. Times – Business

Knight Weighs Sale of Market-Making Unit

November 24, 2012 |

The business is Knight Capital’s most profitable. The securities firm is expecting proposals next week from Getco and Virtu Financial.
WSJ.com: US Business

FindYourDomain.com Announces the Sale of High-Value Domain Names!

November 23, 2012 |

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) November 21, 2012

FindYourDomain.com has partnered with NameJet.com, the leading domain marketplace, to provide an exclusive list of 200+ domain names that will be sold in an online auction event. The auctions will take place on NameJet.com from November 25, 2012 through January 29, 2013. Many of the domain names are listed with no reserve, meaning that the high bidder of the auction will secure ownership of the domain name after successful payment.

FindYourDomain.com, a leading broker of high-value domain names, has sold hundreds of domain names on the NameJet marketplace. In 2011 FindYourDomain.com sold many domains to start-up companies like Copy.com for $ 101,300, which is now a developed file sharing website. Another example is Badger.com, which sold for $ 27,400, and is now an accredited ICANN registrar. More recently, FindYourDomain.com brokered the sale of GiftBasket.com for $ 350,000 to the owner of WineGiftBaskets.com, who found significant value in investing in a shorter, more memorable asset.

Domain names that were sold in the past were not only used for start up purposes, but for resale as well. For example, ElectricCompany.com sold for $ 8,321 in a NameJet auction in the fall of 2011 and the domain name was later re-sold in September 2012 for $ 85,000. This sale illustrates the investment opportunity that exists in buying domain names and how domain names purchased at auction are often under-sold.

“Now is the best time to invest in a premium domain name given the current Buyer’s market” said FindYourDomain.com Marketing Manager, Tom Salbego. “These auctions offer excellent buying opportunities for both companies and individual investors. More companies are starting to realize that a memorable domain is crucial to growing a business. Also, investors are identifying investment opportunities that exist in buying and selling domain names.”

Some of the domain names featured in the auction include:

2013.com

Nye.com

Doa.com

Eag.com

Ching.com

Ambitious.com

Cousins.com

Authorization.com

Modifications.com

Condo.org

PetHotels.com

PriceMatch.com

MoneyOnline.com

FoodGuide.com

HomeLearning.com

FamilyPhotos.com

Click here for a full list of the domain names available. In order to participate in the bidding, buyers must sign up for a [free NameJet account. Bids over $ 2,500 require a verified account. In order to become verified NameJet users may visit http://www.namejet.com/Pages/VerifiedBidding.aspx. Each auction will run for 72 hours and the minimum bid is $ 69.

About FindYourDomain.com: FindYourDomain.com was created in 2002 to provide companies with quality .com, .net, and .org domain names to use as corporate sites or in conjunction with web development projects. By acting as an intermediary between the owner of a domain name and a potential buyer, FindYourDomain.com ensures a smooth negotiation process as well as a secure and safe transaction. In addition to connecting buyers and sellers of domain names FindYourDomain.com also offers an array of domain name related services including a Privacy Protection Service, DNS Management Service, and Hosting Options. For more information, visit http://www.findyourdomain.com/

About NameJet: NameJet is a joint venture between Web.com Group, Inc. and Demand Media, Inc., who together own three leading ICANN-accredited registrars (eNom, Network Solutions and Register.com). Launched in 2007, with core auction software and technical infrastructure operating since 2004, NameJet serves domain investors, Fortune 500 companies and their representatives, small- and medium-sized businesses, as well as a diverse and global mix of individual investors. It has processed over 200,000 domain auctions, establishing itself as a trustworthy and transparent auction platform that is customer-focused and user-friendly. For more information, go to NameJet.com.

Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2012/11/prweb10158440.htm

TNTNames.com

Marlins Continue Shameless Fire Sale

November 16, 2012 |

Marlins Continue Shameless Fire Sale

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Last offseason, Miami spent freely on pricey free agents, including star shortstop Jose Reyes. A year later, they’re slashing payroll.Where Reyes and other stars were traded

TMZ

Toni Braxton — My Foreclosed Mansion Is FOR SALE!!

November 12, 2012 |

Another one bites the dust for bankrupt Toni Braxton … the singer’s Georgia mansion — the one she desperately tried to save from foreclosure — is officially up for grabs to anyone with a spare $ 1.1 million. Braxton took out a loan for the…

TMZ.com