MicroStrategy owns some very valuable domain names. One company is jealous of Glory.com.
A company called Glory Ltd has filed a cybersquatting complaint against MicroStrategy over the domain name Glory.com.
Glory Ltd is a fairly generic company name, so I don’t know with certainty which company filed it. But when you search google for the name, a publicly traded automated vending machine company in Japan pops up. It uses the domain name Glory.co.jp.
MicroStrategy (NASDAQ: MSTR) is a $1.5 billion market cap technology company that owns a vast portfolio of great .com domain names. This has sometimes drawn the ire of companies wanting to get their hands on these domains. Back in 2011, email marketing company Emma filed a lawsuit to try to get the Emma.com domain name. The marketing company uses the domain MyEmma.com. MicroStrategy had owned Emma.com since the 90s, so you won’t be surprised to learn that it still owns the domain despite the lawsuit and Emma still uses MyEmma.com.
A DomainTools reverse Whois lookup reveals that Microstrategy owns these valuable domain names: