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Cars.com sale confirmation : Latest report audited by Ernst & Young

Two years ago, domain investor George Kirikos, broke the news on the domain valuation of the Cars.com sale. The overall transaction exceeded $2.5 billion, and the Cars.com domain – an intangible asset – has been valued at $872,320,000 dollars. Astonishing as it may seem, this valuation has been confirmed in the financial report filed with […]

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Cars.com confirmed to be the largest domain sale in history

Cars.com has been confirmed to have been the largest domain sale in history, with a staggering $872,320,000 dollar valuation. Domain investor, George Kirikos, provided this number two years ago, and is once again quoting the numbers from the latest Cars.com financial statement: In connection with our acquisition by Parent, we have an intangible asset with […]

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Cars.com domain name sale valued at $872 million dollars!

Domain investor George Kirikos has uncovered what appears to be the highest ever valuation for a domain name. The entire business behind Cars.com, which was valued at $2.5 billion dollars last year, includes a monetary reference of “intangible assets” – or, the very domain name, Cars.com. Its valuation in the documents filed with the US […]

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Cars.com Goes on The Block For $3 Billion (Yes Billion with a B)

As Elliot pointed out the other day, the day of the Exact Match Domain (EMD) is HERE and NOW. Now…. Newspaper Consortium Seeks to Sell Cars.com for $3 Billion Online Marketplace is Jointly Owned by Gannett, Tribune, McClatchy and Other Publishers A group of newspaper publishers has put the cars.com online marketplace up for sale […]

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Classified Ventures: Cars .com to be sold for $3 billion dollars

Cars.com and its underlying business is on the proverbial chopping block, for $3 billion dollars. You read the figure right: $3 billion dollars, not million. Billion. And why not; after all, Cars.com reportedly generates between $400 million to $500 million in revenue a year. Estimates place a new owner’s revenue tapping an additional $200 million […]

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