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