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By Michael P. Orsi
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Shares of IAC/InterActiveCorp declined Wednesday amid investor confusion over the company's 2013 guidance following a mistake by a financial-information provider.
Shares of IAC/InterActiveCorp declined Wednesday amid investor confusion over the company's 2013 guidance following a mistake by a financial information provider.
The New York Times has completed its $300 million sale of The About Group to Barry Diller's IAC/InterActiveCorp.
Who says money can't buy love? Match.com and OKCupid owner IAC/InterActiveCorp has picked up another dating website, DateHookup.com.
The New York Times Co. is selling its troubled online information service, About.com, to the parent company of Ask.com for $300 million in cash.
Americans bought fewer new homes in June after sales jumped to a two-year high in May. The steep decline suggests a weaker job market and slower growth could make the housing recovery uneven.
The head of the company that owns Newsweek says the publication is examining its future as a weekly print magazine.
Chelsea Clinton, who remained largely out of the media glare while her parents were in the White House, is stepping out under the television lights.
THE GROWTH: Third-quarter revenue for IAC/InterActiveCorp, the Internet company run by billionaire Barry Diller, climbed 25 percent from last year. The change stems mainly from growth in IAC's search business and Match online dating business.
IAC/InterActiveCorp, the Internet company run by billionaire Barry Diller, saw a big jump in revenue in the latest quarter because of improvements in online advertising and an expansion in the number of people looking online for love.
IAC/InterActiveCorp reported stronger second-quarter revenues Wednesday, citing growth in its search and Match online dating businesses. Profits fell compared to last year, however, because that quarter included a bump from the sale of its Match Europe operations.
IAC/InterActiveCorp reported stronger second-quarter revenue Wednesday, citing growth in its search and Match online dating businesses. Net income fell, however, because the comparison quarter a year ago included a bump from the sale of its Match Europe operations.