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Big Day for Rightside in New York City

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The Rightside executive team is in New York City today, as the company will be holding its first investor day at the NASDAQ market in Times Square from 10:30 – 1:30. While in NYC for the investor day, Rightside CEO Taryn Naidu was interviewed by at least two financial news networks.

In the video interview embedded below, Jill Malandrino from TheStreet.com discusses Rightside’s new domain name extensions and the economics behind them with Naidu. In addition, Naidu met with Canada’s Business News Network to discuss some of the trends in the domain name sector (I was unable to embed this video, but you can watch it here).

This investor day event gives the company an opportunity to discuss what it does and how it makes money with Wall Street analysts and investors. There is an event webcast on the company website for those who can’t be there but want to follow along. According to a press release announcing the event, “in honor of the occasion, Chief Executive Officer Taryn Naidu will ring the Nasdaq Stock Market Closing Bell” at 4pm this afternoon.

Here’s the video of the interview that aired on TheStreet.com:


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Comments (3)

    Eric Borgos

    I know I could figure this out myself, but how does the value of a share of Demand Media on the day before it split compare to the value now (shares of Demand and Rightside combined)?

    December 5th, 2014 at 12:42 pm

    Bob

    Great interview, congrats Taryn!

    December 5th, 2014 at 1:17 pm

    Ron

    Funny .com mean nothing but enom.com, and name.com still continue to use their domains.

    Taryn should I spend $2000 per year registering a .social, instead of attempting 7 tries to get a decent .com?

    NYC.Lawyer $60,000 per year, otherwise registry reserved, you fail to mention this point.

    December 5th, 2014 at 6:15 pm

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