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This IAS topper chose rural India over Harvard

A doctor by profession, Karthik Adapa gave up scholarships to Harvard and Cambridge to join the Indian Administrative Services.

By |April 12th, 2010|Recent Domain News|0 Comments

No place for women? Harvard’s changed (The Times of India)

Five years after Lawrence H Summers, then the president of Harvard University, suggested that innate differences might explain why women are less successful in science and math careers than men, Harvard is, in some ways, a different place.

By |March 13th, 2010|Recent Domain News|0 Comments

Women Making Gains on Faculty at Harvard (The Tuscaloosa News)

TAMAR LEWIN The president of Harvard said the university has seen a culture shift since it was suggested there in 2005 that women were unsuited to careers in math and science.

By |March 13th, 2010|Recent Domain News|0 Comments

Women Making Gains on Faculty at Harvard (New York Times)

The president of Harvard said the university has seen a culture shift since it was suggested there in 2005 that women were unsuited to careers in math and science.

By |March 11th, 2010|Recent Domain News|0 Comments

Mike Zapolin’s PrescriptionDrugs.com Website Earns Spot in Harvard Business School Contest

Michael "Zappy" Zapolin has scored a major honor for his latest category killing domain name development project - PrescriptionDrugs.com. The Harvard Business School has selected the site as a candidate in their "New Ventures" competition. Zappy will present to a panel of judges this month with a spot in the final 3 on the line.

By |March 2nd, 2010|Recent Domain News|0 Comments

Typosquatting May Earn Google $500 million per year

Researchers at Harvard University have discovered that Google may be making around half a billion dollars per year via typosquatting, says a NewScientist report.

By |March 2nd, 2010|Recent Domain News|0 Comments

Typosquatting May Earn Google $500 million per year

Researchers at Harvard University have discovered that Google may be making around half a billion dollars per year via typosquatting, says a NewScientist report.

By |March 2nd, 2010|Recent Domain News|0 Comments

Researchers: Google Profits From Web Typos (NPR)

Google is making nearly $500 million per year with ads that appear on Web pages with names that are very similar to the names of major corporations, researchers at Harvard estimate.

By |February 23rd, 2010|Recent Domain News|0 Comments

Google typosquat cash pegged at $497m per year (The Register)

Harvard boffins probe 'mispelled' domains Google may earn as much as $497m a year from typosquatters, according to a study from Harvard professor and noted Mountain View critic Ben Edelman.… Web threats: Why conventional protection doesn't work

By |February 18th, 2010|Recent Domain News|0 Comments

Is Google Profiting Unfairly From Typosquatters? (Fast Company Magazine)

A Harvard professor has made it his personal crusade to tell the world how the search giant makes buckets of duckets off people who register deceptive Web addresses. A slightly more refined variant of cybersquatting, typosquatting involves purchasing domains that are one character away from popular Web sites and serve up ads (or malware) to clumsy typists who land there by mistake. As the Web's ...

By |February 18th, 2010|Recent Domain News|0 Comments

URL Typos May Earn Google $500M a Year (ABC News)

Typos in URLS may earn Google millions of dollars, a Harvard study says. Google - Harvard University - Search - Search Engines - Tools

By |February 18th, 2010|Recent Domain News|0 Comments

Google Makes $500m a Year on Typos (Slashdot)

holy_calamity writes "New Scientist reports on an analysis by Harvard researchers that suggests Google rakes in half a billion dollars annually from advertising that appears on typosquatting domains. They estimate that 60 per cent of typosquatting pages use Google ads, but the advertising giant declined to discuss whether it should be working with such pages." Read more of this story at Slashdot.

By |February 18th, 2010|Recent Domain News|0 Comments

Measuring Typosquatting Perpetrators and Funders (CircleID)

Co-authored by Tyler Moore , at Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and Benjamin Edelman , at Harvard Business School. For more than a decade, aggressive website registrants have been engaged in 'typosquatting'—the intentional registration of misspellings of popular website addresses.

By |February 17th, 2010|Recent Domain News|0 Comments

DN Journal Releases Latest Quarterly Analysis of Sales Trends in the Domain Aftermarket

DN Journal's latest monthly newsletter breaks down 3Q-2008 domain sales to see what the numbers reveal about the health of the aftermarket. Plus, more info and photos from Kevin Ham and Chris Hartnett's adventures at Harvard Business School.

By |November 5th, 2008|Recent Domain News|0 Comments

DN Journal Exclusive: Dr. Kevin Ham and Dr. Chris Hartnett Are Heading Back to College!

Two of the best-known figures in the domain industry are heading back to college this fall even though they both already hold doctorate degrees.

By |August 27th, 2008|Recent Domain News|0 Comments