Iac/Interactivecorp

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  • New York Times closes on $300M sale of About Group

    The New York Times has completed its $300 million sale of The About Group to Barry Diller's IAC/InterActiveCorp.


  • CEO: Suit could kill Internet TV startup

    Fox and other broadcasters want to pull the plug on Aereo, a startup they say steals their signals to provide live programming for iPhone and computer users.


  • CEO: Lawuit could kill Internet TV startup

    News Corp.'s Fox and other broadcasters went to court on Wednesday to try to pull the plug on a startup that takes live TV programming and sends it to mobile devices in New York for a monthly fee.


  • Aereo wins partial victory in broadcasters' suit

    Aereo, a startup that takes live TV broadcasts and sends them to mobile devices in New York for a monthly fee, has won a partial victory in court over the media companies that are suing it.


  • Summary Box: IAC 3Q revenue rises 25 percent

    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 3Q revenue up, profit down on year-ago boost

    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 revenue up in 1Q, results beat analyst views

    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.


  • FILE - In this Oct. 26, 2009 file photo, the IAC building is shown, in New York. IAC/InterActiveCorp reported stronger second-quarter revenues Wednesday, July 28, 2010, 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. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, file)

    Growth in search, Match contributes to IAC revenue

    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.


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