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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
It was a phone call Sean Rad wasn't expecting to get last month: an FYI from IAC honcho Sam Yagan informing him Barry Diller's company was demoting him as CEO of Tinder, the business he co-founded. A Forbes exclusive today reveals that Rad is indeed out of the top spot...
Back in July, it emerged via a lawsuit against Tinder chief Sean Rad for sexual harassment of a female executive that Rad had allegedly “described his boss, IAC/InterActiveCorp Chairman Diller, as a d–k and texting a drawing of Diller...Show More Summary
Tinder's founder and CEO Sean Rad is being demoted by the app's owner, IAC, the Internet media conglomerate run by Barry Diller. The news, first reported by Forbes, broke Tuesday morning, though Rad was notified of the demotion lastShow More Summary
In creating TInder Sean Rad changed how people mate, and how Wall Street Viewed Barry Diller. Too bad it wasn't enough to save his job.
TOP FIVE written, directed and starring Chris Rock, Rosario Dawson, Kevin Hart with Gabrielle Union, J.B. Smoove, Sheri Shepherd, Tracy Morgan, Jerry Seinfeld and Cedric the Entertainer. Produced by Barry Diller, Kanye West, Shawn Carter and others.
"She's a superb businesswoman, programmer and brand builder," states IAC chairman Barry Diller read more
Should a corporate board, which is supposed to hold management accountable, include someone who considers the CEO to be her mentor? Governance experts can debate that after Barry Diller's e-commerce power, IAC, said today that directors elected NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment Chairman Bonnie Hammer to the board. Show More Summary
Barry Diller’s IAC/InterActiveCorp — owner of Match.com, OkCupid and other sites — has been increasing its presence in the terrain that combines technology and romance in the last 10 years, but the market has become crowded.
Paramount Pictures, a division of Viacom, announced it will distribute writer / director Chris Rock's "TOP FIVE" worldwide. The news comes as the film from producer Scott Rudin, and his IACF partner Barry Diller, earned rave reviews at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival. Show More Summary
In purchasing Ask.fm, which is used by 120 million people worldwide, the Internet mogul is betting he can clean up a star-crossed site
Interactive Corp, better known as IAC, is the digital holding company run by Barry Diller. IAC already owns Ask.com and About.com, so Ask.fm will fit into a suite of online question-and-answer services. British politicians including Prime Minister David Cameron have criticized the site, saying Ask.fm does too little to prevent suicide and police cyberbullying.