Barry Diller and Diane von Furstenberg are funding the park's construction.
The site of the future 2.7-acre Hudson River park funded by Barry Diller and Diane von Furstenberg has cleared its final regulatory hurdle, the Hudson River Park Trust announced... To view the full story, click the title link.
(Photo credit: Ed Diller/DiBella Entertainment) By Scott Gilfoid: Former world champion Barry McGuigan is very impressed with unbeaten talent Errol Spence Jr. (19-0, 16 KOs), who will be in action tonight [...] The post McGuigan impressed with Errol Spence Jr appeared first on Boxing News 24.
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Billionaire Barry Diller's suspended park on the Hudson River hit a snag last year when a group filed a lawsuit to block its construction, claiming the developers and the Hudson River Park Trust weren't transparent enough about the project plans. But this week a Manhattan Supreme Court Justice tossed the suit, so "Hollywood on the Hudson" is on. [ more › ]
Barry Diller loves his dog, Shannon, so much that he and wife Diane von Furstenberg cloned her—twice. The IAC chairman and the fashion designer likely paid as much as $100,000 for the cloning, Page Six reports, and a rep for Diller confirms they now have two new puppy...
TODAY: It’s St. Patrick’s Day and LGBT groups are finally allowed to march in the NYC parade: “After allowing one gay group for the first time last year, organizers opened the lineup more widely to include activists who protested th… Read The post Thursday Morning News: St. Patrick’s Day, Barry Diller, Plaza Hotel, China, Zayn Malik, Baby Got Back appeared first on Towleroad.
Fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg along with her billionaire husband Barry Diller, have expanded their litter of cuddly friends by taking matters into their own hands by way of their wallets. The couple decided to clone their dog by paying a whopping $100,000. Show More Summary
After pledging money to build a floating park, donating to countless charitable organizations, and footing the bill for an Oscars party so exclusive even Elton John couldn't get in, Barry Diller and Diane von Furstenberg still had some money left over. That's just what happens when you have an estimated combined... More »
Will Ben Silverman, founder of Reveille and Electus, start anew, launching a third production company? I hear Silverman is at the end of a negotiating window with Electus’ parent company, Barry Diller’s IAC, as his contract is coming up. Show More Summary
Oprah and Barry Diller were arm-in-arm at Barry's pre-Oscar party Saturday at his Bev Hills home. It was a big bash... Kelly Ripa, Julianne Moore, Naomi Campbell, Rachel Zoe and a bunch of other stars showed, but the 2 moguls at the top of the…
For decades, Sumner M. Redstone proved one of the most voluble media titans, even in an industry full of outsize personalities like Rupert Murdoch and Barry Diller.
IAC/InterActiveCorp, the online media company controlled by Barry Diller, and Match Group Inc., the online dating service partially spun out in November, tumbled after reporting fourth-quarter... To view the full story, click the title link.
Now read this:Mom excites 9-year-old who sobs when told she’ll see Trump (Jan 27, 2016) Barry Diller: ‘I would literally cross the street to avoid’ Trump (Jan 27, 2016) Trump called Republicans ‘afraid’ for skipping 2011 debate (Jan 27, 2016) Trump spox says he will ‘definitely not’ participate in Thursday debate (Jan 26, 2016) The [...]
It doesn't look like Barry is coming to save Marissa after all...
IAC/InterActiveCorp Chairman Barry Diller said his company would probably not buy Yahoo! Inc. Yahoo “is just not worth a candle unless, essentially, you got it at such a discounted... To view the full story, click the title link.
Now read this:New York hater John Rocker endorses The Donald (Jan 26, 2016) Trump’s rhetoric could hurt his business (Jan 26, 2016) Report: Bloomberg ‘Willing to spend a billion’ (Jan 26, 2016) Republicans in a quandary as Trump’s lead grows (Jan 26, 2016) George Will: Too late to stop Trump (Jan 26, 2016) Limbaugh blames [...]
Help me, Obi Wan Diller, you're my only hope.
Barry Diller’s IAC/InterActive could be a logical home for its Internet businesses, as might Verizon, owner of AOL.
The flailing internet firm scrapped plans to spin off its Alibaba stake and may split its search and advertising unit instead. The media mogul’s assorted online businesses could be a logical home, as might Verizon, owner of AOL. In truth, almost any deal would be a win for Yahoo.