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Businesses with portfolio of generic domain names.

I would like do a research finding generic domain names owned by corporations. So here's a short list to start start courtesy by DomainTools blog. I will update the list as soon as I find them. You may also use the comment to post the domain names you discovered.

American Express –
AOL –,,
Answers Corp. –,,,
Bank Of America –
Barnes and Noble –
Bayer –
Bass Pro Shops –
Brown Shoe Company –
Burlington Coat Factory –
Calvin Klein – and
Citibank – Student

CNET -,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

CNN –,
Old Country Buffet –
Diago –,,
Disney –,,,,
Ebay (aka PayPal) –
Fixodent –
1-800-flowers –
Food Network –
Google –
Honda –
JC Penny –
Johnson and Johnson –
Kay Jewelers –
Kraft – Cream
Marchex –
MasterCard –
Merriam Webster –
Microsoft –,,,,
National Geographic –
Nissan –
Monster –
National Pen Company –
Nestle –
Office Depot – Office
PetSmart –
Procter and Gamble –
QWest –, Fast, Fog
Ralph Lauren –,
Ragu –
R.H. Donnelley –,
Rocky Mountain Bicycles –
Roto Rooter –
Sports Endeavors –,
Sylvan Learning –,,
The History Channel –
The Map and Globe Store – World
The Weather Channel -
The Wedding Channel –
Travelocity –
Unilever (Products include: Knorr, Slim Fast, Vasaline) –, Peanut
Yahoo –,

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