Internet service provider iiNet is known for its residential services but people are less aware of its business services, according to the company's business hosting and domains manager, Kevin Clark
Today in The Lowdown at DNJournal.com: A columnist for mainstream business magazine Business Insider tells readers why good domain names are worth paying a premium for (he also discusses Frank Schilling and Kevin Ham) + Michael Mann offers advice on when to quit your day job!
Gemma Daley reporting in BusinessWeek: “Australia’s Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has struck an A$11 billion ($9.5 billion) deal with Telstra Corp., removing a lingering obstacle to the creation of the government’s national broadband network.
New Digg CEO Kevin Rose is wasting no time in changing the direction of the site. Hes killing the DiggBar and welcoming back previously banned domains .
SEOs (and probably a lot of others, too) are celebrating with todays news that Digg will shutter its toolbar and unban all previously banned domains . Diggs new CEO, Kevin Rose, says the changes will happen with the upcoming relaunch of Digg.com.
Yesterday, Jay Adelson stepped down as the CEO of Digg and was replaced by the company’s founder Kevin Rose. Soon after this change of guard, Kevin Rose announced some sweeping changes for Digg.
ICANN’s Kevin Wilson has posted on the ICANN blog a report on ICANN’s commitment to accountability and transparency that outlines the progress ICANN has made in this area.
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.