29 Jul '11, 7pm

Jeff Kupietzky To Leave Oversee.net Next Month - Domain Name Wire

CEO and president to leave one of domain name industry’s biggest companies. Oversee.net CEO Jeff Kupietzky will depart the company at the end of the August, the company has announced. He will be moving his family to Israel. Kupietzky has been with the company for five years, with the last 2 1/2 years as CEO and President. Going forward, day-to-day operations will be handled by Co-Presidents Debra Domeyer and Scott Morrow. Kupietzky has had to manage a number of tough changes to the domain name business in recent years as well as company scandals (e.g. Snapnames insider bidding scandal). Although the company has had its share of both good and bad press, Kupietzky did a lot of good for the industry. He represented the industry to the media with professionalism, often scoring key mass media interviews. The announcement comes about a month after three top executives left the c...

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