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.
A plan for a new Pier 55 to be financed by a $113 million donation from Barry Diller and Diane von Furstenberg was announced last fall with much fanfare, but not everyone has embraced it.
When IBT Media purchased Newsweek from Barry Diller’s IAC in 2013, the print version was dead and buried. Things were so bad that Diller even bluntly stated “I wish I had not bought Newsweek. It was a mistake.” Despite the bleak outlook, IBT Media was undeterred. Show More Summary
Aereo Inc., the online-TV service backed Barry Diller that was found to violate copyright law, garnered less than $2 million for its assets at a bankruptcy auction. The New York-based company had... To view the full story, click the title link.
Media mogul Barry Diller and his wife, fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg, have committed to funding a floating public park and performance space on a pier in the Hudson River. Their pledge of over $113 million will be the single largest private donation to a public park in New York City history, according to Capital New York. Show More Summary
Pier55, the massive public NYC Hudson River park backed by Barry Diller and Diane von Furstenburg to the tune of $113 million has won unanimous approval from the Hudson River Park Trust on Wednesday, DNA Info reports: Pier55 will feature...
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Speaking at Business Insider’s IGNITION Conference last week, IAC chairman Barry Diller predicted a major shakeup in the cable and satellite TV model within the next five to 10 years. And based on the data out there filed for us by BI...Show More Summary
IAC chairman Barry Diller thinks the cable and satellite TV model is headed for a big shakeup in the next five to 10 years. Speaking at Business Insider's IGNITION conference Wednesday, Diller said negotiations between cable/satellite...Show More Summary
IAC Chairman Barry Diller talked about dating app Tinder while on-stage today at Business Insider’s Ignition conference, but surprisingly, he didn’t directly address the company’s biggest piece of recent news — the fact that co-founder Sean Rad will step down from his role as CEO. Here’s how Diller tells the Tinder story: IAC created “this little… Read More
IAC chairman (and billionaire) Barry Diller announced earlier this year that he and his wife are funding $130 million of a $170 million floating park in the Hudson River called Pier 55. On stage at Business Insider's Ignition conference, Diller said that he feels lucky to be part of such an ambitious project. Show More Summary
Aereo Inc., the online video streaming service backed by businessman and Television Hall of Fame member Barry Diller, filed for bankruptcy protection on Thursday night, five months after an unfavorable Supreme Court ruling.
Billionaire Barry Diller and designer Diane von Furstenberg want to turn a sinking pier into a 2.7-acre park and performance space. Barry Diller and Diane von Furstenberg—the billionaire couple and major funders of the High Line—areShow More Summary
In celebration of the network’s 25th anniversary, last night, CNBC hosted “The Next 25” Gala at Jazz at Lincoln Center in NYC. Attendees included: Mickey Drexler, Martha Stewart, Jeffrey Bewkes, Barry Diller, Mellody Hobson and George...Show More Summary