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IAC stakes bigger claim over dating app Tinder

Three's a crowd. InterActiveCorp has reportedly paid millions to remove a former partner from Tinder's picture.

By April 11, 2014

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New York Times Co. to sell About.com to Barry Diller's IAC

The $300 million cash deal for the struggling information site is expected to close in the next few weeks.

By August 26, 2012

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IAC shakeup: Diller steps down; Liberty buys out

The continually troubled digital-media mogul gives up his CEO post, and major shareholder Liberty Media heads for the exit in exchange for $220 million in cash and a big IAC subsidiary.

By December 2, 2010

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IAC bows to Google, kills search at Ask.com

A search pioneer but an afterthought for years, Ask.com no longer plans to work on its own search technology and will focus on its Q&A site.

By November 9, 2010

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IAC's Diller: The iPhone is our crystal ball

Apple's ubiquitous handset is the best indicator of how people will pay for media content in the near future, says the InterActiveCorp CEO at the Advertising 2.0 conference.

By June 10, 2009

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IAC in talks to buy Yahoo Personals

CEO Barry Diller says Yahoo's site would augment IAC's Match.com business.

By April 30, 2009

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IAC misses fourth-quarter expectations

The media conglomerate does post a profit, but sees revenue dip amid a difficult advertising climate and misses analysts' expectations.

By February 3, 2009

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IAC hands over 236.com joint venture

The comedy site was created as a collaboration between IAC and the Huffington Post. Now it'll become a wholly owned Huffington Post property and be rebranded in the process.

By January 13, 2009

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Report: IAC may sell smaller businesses

According to PaidContent, some of the Barry Diller-led conglomerate's "programming" sites may be sold off, as it tries to weather the recession.

By December 4, 2008

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IAC targets 'tweens' with new virtual world

Barry Diller's InterActiveCorp launched a new Web site targeted at 6- to 12-year-old girls in an effort to go after Disney's popular kids' site Club Penguin.

By September 17, 2008