InterActiveCorp/IAC is spinning off its Match Group unit, which includes Match.com, OkCupid and the dating app Tinder. Tinder has been wildly successful, but IAC CEO Barry Diller insisted it was time to let it and the other dating sites go. Show More Summary
Barry Diller's company IAC is planning an IPO with the websites in its "match group," which includes Match, Tinder, OkCupid and OurTime. CBS News financial contributor Mellody Hobson joins “CBS This Morning” from Chicago to discuss what this could mean for online dating.
IAC/InterActiveCorp plans an initial public offering of Match.com, a move telegraphed about 18 months ago when Barry Diller combined all of his dating services into a separate business. The board... To view the full story, click the title link.
"I'm not a believer in simply agglomerating assets in perpetuity," says IAC chairman Barry Diller in announcing the planned IPO of the unit that houses Tinder, Match and OKCupid. read more
IAC/InteractiveCorp, which is controlled by billionaire Barry Diller, approved a proposal for an initial public offering. IAC said it expects the Match Group to issue less than 20 percent of its shares in the IPO, so the company will still be majority owned by its parent.
Online dating is going public. According to a report from CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin, IAC/InterActive, the media conglomerate run by Barry Diller, is preparing to spin out Match.com. It's not exactly clear, however, if this is a spin-out...Show More Summary
Vimeo LLC is getting back into mobile videos. The company, owned by Barry Diller’s IAC/InterActiveCorp, is reintroducing its Cameo smartphone video-editing app after spending about a year... To view the full story, click the title l...
It was the usual head-spinning scene at Michael’s today—but with a twist. Besides the usual roster of bold face names (Barry Diller) and talking heads (Tamron Hall, Nick Gregory) and random celebrities (Academy Award-winning songwriter Paul...Show More Summary
A group has filed a lawsuit to block the construction of Barry Diller's $150 million park on the Hudson River. [ more › ]
Construction on Pier55 — billionaire Barry Diller's floating park on the Hudson — won't begin until spring of next year, but the architects released more detailed renderings of the project at a community board meeting Wednesday night. The free-floating park will stretch out into the Hudson near 14th Street and include... More »
If Barry Diller wants to own ALL the dating apps, he's going to need to buy Grindr.
Take a hot shower, you animals.
The figure was down from $4 million a year prior. read more
Pittman, CEO of iHeartRadio, called interactive billboards "an iPad on a stick" that could become the next big media business. read more
Fun tidbit from Keith J. Kelly. The New York Post columnist spoke with Barry Diller at this week’s big TIME 100 bash, where Diane Von Furstenberg was among this year’s anointed influencers. Diller casually confirmed to Kelly that heShow More Summary
Rendering via Heatherwick Studio Pier 55 is a gadget. Pocket-size, stuffed with event spaces and paths to point you at the view, it will dangle off the southwestern edge of Manhattan like a Leatherman on a wallet chain. There's a...
NYT writer says he was fired for observing Barry Diller is gay. Roseanne reveals she is going blind: "My vision is closing in now." Kanye does PAPER, says musicians are victims: "I’m tired of people pinpointing musicians as the Illuminati....
Aereo Inc. agreed to pay CBS Corp. and other broadcasters a total of $950,000 to resolve copyright claims totaling more than $99 million as the online-TV service backed by Barry Diller seeks to wind... To view the full story, click the title link.
A theater in Sandpoint, Idaho has cancelled screenings of the comedy-mystery Wild Canaries due to “inappropriate content.” The film contains no nudity and no sex scenes, but it does have two lesbian main characters so… Barry Diller has long been one of the entertainment industry’s most powerful men. Now former New York Times Magazine writer Andrew Goldman claims he […]
Lower Manhattan has boomed thanks to some iconic recent public spaces. Add to the list Barry Diller and Diane von Furstenberg's Pier 55.