Divyank Turakhia on CNBC

Last week, I wrote about the news that Media.net  was being acquired for $900 million. Although this was not explicitly domain name investment news, the fact that Media.net was founded by longtime domain industry veterans Divyank and Bhavin Turakhia made this noteworthy.

Shortly after the news of the acquisition, CNBC posted an interview with Media.net CEO Divyank Turakhia. The topic of the interview is “why the $900 million acquisition deal by a group of Chinese investors made sense.”

I just saw the interview, and I embedded the video below so you can have a look:

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  1. Interesting post, thx

    Do you remember if there is some interview about how he started ‘domainîg’ ? What was the drive ?

    It’s the guy that was starred at one of the best traffic conferences.


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