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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 – Open.com
AOL – When.com, Games.com, Love.com
Answers Corp. – Answers.com, Reference.com, Dictionary.com, Thesaurus.com
Bank Of America – Loans.com
Barnes and Noble – Books.com
Bayer – Aspirin.com
Bass Pro Shops – Hunting.com
Brown Shoe Company – Shoes.com
Burlington Coat Factory – Coat.com
Calvin Klein – Bras.com and Underwear.com
Citibank – Student Loan.com


CNET -
Kids.com, Help.com, Computers.com, Download.com, Online.com, TV.com, Upload.com, News.com, Search.com, com.com, Builder.com, Gaming.com, Shopper.com, Marketplace.com, Updates.com, Store.com, Buying.com, Chat.com, Welcome.com, Browser.com, Shareware.com, Freeware.com, Auctions.com, Labs.com, Community.com, Silicon.com, Radio.com

CNN – Money.com, iReport.com
Old Country Buffet – Buffet.com
Diago – Malts.com, Rum.com, Scotch.com
Disney – Movies.com, Video.com, 101.com, Go.com, Family.com
Ebay (aka PayPal) – X.com
Fixodent – Dentures.com
1-800-flowers – Flowers.com
Food Network – Food.com
Google – Hello.com
Honda – Motorcycles.com
JC Penny – Gift.com
Johnson and Johnson – Baby.com
Kay Jewelers – Gold.com
Kraft – Cream Cheese.com
Marchex – Motherboard.com
MasterCard – Priceless.com
Merriam Webster – Word.com
Microsoft – Live.com, Surface.com, Start.com, TV.net, Investor.com
National Geographic – Documentary.com
Nissan – Z.com
Monster – Jobs.com
National Pen Company – Pens.com
Nestle – Meals.com
Office Depot – Office Supplies.com
PetSmart – Pets.com
Procter and Gamble – Toothpaste.com
QWest – Q.com, Fast Lane.com, Fog Light.com
Ralph Lauren – Polo.com, Rugby.com
Ragu – Sauce.com
R.H. Donnelley – Business.com, Work.com
Rocky Mountain Bicycles – Bikes.com
Roto Rooter – Plumber.com
Sports Endeavors – Soccer.com, Lacrosse.com
Sylvan Learning – Educate.com, Hop.com, Ivy.com
The History Channel – History.com
The Map and Globe Store – World Maps.com
The Weather Channel - Weather.com
The Wedding Channel – Weddings.com
Travelocity – Vacations.com
Unilever (Products include: Knorr, Slim Fast, Vasaline) – Soup.com, Peanut Butter.com
Yahoo – Contests.com, Broadcast.com

Tools to check whois record:
- http://www.netstumble.com, FREE whois tool
- http://www.domaintools.com

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