I just happened to visit the website of Andreessen Horowitz. They are one of the prominent venture capital funds in Silicon Valley and if you look at their portfolio of investments and EXITS, your mind will be blown, and I have no doubts about that. While I had heard about them, I never looked at their portfolio of investments, exits or fund size ever. Today, when checking their website, which by the way, uses the domain name a16z.com (and I'll explain you the logic in sometime), I saw that they have $12 Billion in fund under management with investments in startups like Zenefits, Slack, Facebook etc. Now coming to their domain name which is a16z.com, I'll tell you the logic behind it (and if you have to explain what the domain name is about, it is not quite good a name - doesn't pass the radio test too). The domain name starts with 'a' from Andreessen and ends with 'z' from Horowitz and has 16 other letters in between them. Hence the name, a16z.com Having said that, it makes me come to this question, which is the point of discussion here: If your business is good, does the domain name even matter? Also, what could be a good domain name option for them, given the reputation?