Dominion Enterprises

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Dominion Enterprises
TypePrivate
IndustryPublishing
FoundedVirginia, United States (2006)
HeadquartersNorfolk, VA, United States
Area servedUnited States
ProductsMedia
ParentLandmark Media Enterprises LLC
WebsiteDominion Enterprises
 
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Dominion Enterprises
TypePrivate
IndustryPublishing
FoundedVirginia, United States (2006)
HeadquartersNorfolk, VA, United States
Area servedUnited States
ProductsMedia
ParentLandmark Media Enterprises LLC
WebsiteDominion Enterprises

Dominion Enterprises is a Norfolk, Virginia-based media and information services company for the automotive and commercial vehicle, real estate, apartment rental, and employment industries. It has Internet and printed media operations.

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History

Dominion Enterprises was established in September 2006 by Landmark Communications, following a division of assets of its predecessor company, Trader Publishing, between shared owners Landmark and Cox Communications.[1]

Business activities

Dominion Enterprises provides targeted classified advertising for dealers and private party sellers. Consumer brands include For Rent, FranchiseOpportunities.com,The Employment Guide, Homes.com, and RoomSaver.com, as well as specialty niche titles including CarLoan.com, Boats.com, YachtWorld, Boat Trader, Cycle Trader, Commercial Truck Trader, Equipment Trader and RV Trader.[2]

The company also develops technology for commercial customers – from Web site design and hosting to Internet and e-mail marketing to data management and distribution. These services are geared toward helping businesses reach consumers.[3]

Controversies and criticism

Dominion Enterprises was ranked the 8th worst place to work in America, according to a glassdoor.com survey in 2009.[4] Currently, glassdoor.com uses compiled employee reviews to show that Dominion Enterprises employees give the company a 2.5 rating out of a possible 5.[5]

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