IAC/InterActiveCorp, the hodgepodge of Internet businesses, has come under scrutiny. But today, the numbers tell a different story.
The company behind Tinder, Match.com and OKCupid now has a separate stock listing as previously announced by Barry Diller's IAC. read more
Sean Rad would be wise to keep his distance from Barry Diller for a few days/years/forever.
Barry Diller’s IAC/InterActiveCorp is attempting a hostile takeover of Angie’s List. In a letter to investors on Wednesday, Diller’s IAC said it was disappointed that the board of Angie’s List was not interested in engaging in negotiations...Show More Summary
For IAC/Interactive, a deal to buy Angie's List would come as the company spins Match Group, the owner of Tinder, OkCupid and Match.com, and add to a trajectory of continuous reinvention.
The dating-sites owner pegs its worth as high as $3.6 bln. Much of that derives from Tinder, its fast-growing swipe-to-like app. The numbers make for an attractive and credible stock. It’s a risky proposal, though, and Barry Diller’s IAC looks like an overbearing chaperone.
Match Group Inc., the owner of online-dating sites Tinder, Match and OkCupid, plans to raise about $403.7 million in an initial public offering. Match Group, a unit of Barry Diller’s... To view the full story, click the title link.
NEW YORK (AP) — The owner of Tinder, Match.com and OkCupid hopes to raise as much as $466.2 million in an initial public offering of company shares. Parent company IAC/InterActiveCorp, controlled by billionaire Barry Diller, will own all shares of outstanding class B stock.
ESPN president John Skipper did a featured one-on-one interview to kick off the 17th annual NeuLion Sports Media & Technology Conference in New York Wednesday, and he pulled no punches when discussing the company’s critics. The general...Show More Summary
ESPN CEO John Skipper ripped IAC media mogul Barry Diller at the Sports Business Journal conference on Wednesday morning. Diller has been critical of ESPN lately, calling it a "false economy" and suggested that millions of pay-TV viewers are paying billions of dollars to effectively not watch the channel. Show More Summary
The video-sharing site ended the third quarter with 650,000 paying subscribers, up 22 percent from a year ago. read more
Two veteran TV executives with decidedly different priorities brushed up against each other this morning. Adweek’s TVSpy reports that CBS Chairman Leslie Moonves and IAC Chairman Barry Diller were among the guests on CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” for a...
Real-estate mogul Donald Trump trashed media mogul Barry Diller over the weekend after Diller mocked the Republican front-runner's presidential campaign. "Little Barry Diller, who lost a fortune on Newsweek and Daily Beast, only writes badly about me. Show More Summary
Diller previously promised to "move out of the country" if the real estate mogul becomes president. read more
Though Barry Diller has threatened to flee the country or rebel if Donald Trump becomes president, he’s not packing his bags just yet. Diller is entirely unconvinced that Trump, whom he calls a mean, “self-promoting huckster,” will ever make to the White House. Show More Summary
Barry Diller didn’t mince words on Donald Trump. He declared that should Trump become the President of the United States, he would either leave the country or join the opposition. A billionaire and founder / chairman of IAC Interactive, Barry Diller’s dissent about Donald Trump was openly visible when he recently announced to move out... Show More Summary
Being a media mogul is exhausting, but at least you have nice places to nap, and gay friends to nap with. Barry Diller (then at Paramount), Calvin Klein (during the Brooke Shields years), David Geffen (had just launched Geffen Records), and Sandy Gal… The post Barry Diller, Calvin Klein, David Geffen, and Sandy Gallin Power Nap Together: PHOTO appeared first on Towleroad.
Barry Diller, the billionaire media mogul who chairs IAC Interactive, is ready to leave the country if Donald Trump wins.
Note to those of you who had Barry Diller in your which-media-mogul-will-endorse-Donald Trump pool: Thanks for playing our game. The IAC Interactive boss didn’t mince words about the GOP White House hopeful during an event in NYC today. Show More Summary