Tucows Q1 results: Enom purchase helps grow revenue by 55% to $69.6 million

 OnlineDomain.com: Tucows Inc. (NASDAQ:TCX, TSX:TC), reported its financial results for the first quarter ended March 31, 2017. All figures are in U.S. dollars. Financial Results Net revenue for the first quarter of 2017 increased 55% to $ 69.6 million from $ 44.7 million for the first quarter of 2016. The first quarter’s results only include the… Read more Tucows Q1 results: Enom purchase helps grow revenue by 55% to $69.6 million

Rightside reports $14.4 million revenue in Q1, new TLD revenue stalls

Company has better-than-expected results in aftermarket segment but registry revenue isn’t budging. Domain name company Rightside (NASDAQ:NAME) reported $ 14.4 million revenue for Q1 2017 after divesting eNom. Registry services revenue–that covers new top level domain names–increased 20% year over year. However, it was down slightly from Q4 2016 ($ 3.18 million vs. $ 3.20… Read more Rightside reports $14.4 million revenue in Q1, new TLD revenue stalls

Alphabet reports: $24.75 billion revenue, $7.73 earnings per share in Q1 2017

Google’s parent company posted a strong first quarter for 2017. The stock is up in after hours by 3.4% 891.44USD2.30 (0.26%) After-hours: 921.9030.46 (3.42%) Q1 2017 financial highlights The following summarizes our consolidated financial results for the quarters ended March 31, 2016 and 2017 (in millions, except for per share information, effective tax rate, and… Read more Alphabet reports: $24.75 billion revenue, $7.73 earnings per share in Q1 2017

CentralNic says revenue more than doubled in 2016

 DomainIncite.com: CentralNic’s revenue was up 110% in 2016, according to the company. The registry today released its unaudited results for last year, showing EBITDA up 65% at £5.5 million ($ 6.7 million) on revenue of £22.1 million ($ 26.9 million) The company, which has expanded into registrar services via acquisition in the last few years, said…… Read more CentralNic says revenue more than doubled in 2016

How REA Group changed its revenue numbers to look better than Domain – The Australian Financial R…

 Reporter: The Australian Financial Review How REA Group changed its revenue numbers to look better than Domain The Australian Financial Review In the six months to December 2014, Domain Digital reported $ 72 million revenue, which was 45 per cent of REA's $ 160 million in Australian premium sales – and in the following half to… Read more How REA Group changed its revenue numbers to look better than Domain – The Australian Financial R…