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A New York-based dot-com paid an undisclosed amount of stock and cash for the domain name of Mom.com, a now defunct Internet portal that targeted mothers, company officials confirmed.
Officials with Clubmom.com Inc., which. operates a Web site that targets mothers using a similar strategy to that of Mom.com, said the company purchased Mom.com for a few key reasons. Above all, the domain name was the primary attraction to Mom.com, said Alexandra Aleskovsky, chief marketing officer with ClubMom.com.
"We were in the same market," Aleskovsky said. "It made sense to own that name."
Officials with Morn.com, which had to fire more than half its two dozen …