lucy24 - 7:23 pm on Oct 5, 2013 (gmt 0)
What's the problem? The problem is these companies are being listed in a search for MY site.
I think everyone responding to this thread got the impression you were talking about a search using
as the search term. That's not a search for your site. It's a search for any page that happens to mention the site name. In fact the search engine is helping us out by including pages whose URL includes the string "example.com" --or "example.org" or "examples.com" or similar, with the same variations you'd see in any lexical word. This literal text may not occur anywhere in the body of a page.
If you want to search for your site you have to use the "site:" operator.
In the course of experimenting, I discovered that you can say "link:" or you can say "linkto:" or you can say "links:" ... and they all mean different things. I wish they would explain this somewhere.