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Hate your cable company? Superfast, wireless Internet is coming

A startup called Starry hopes to roll out a nationwide wireless broadband network to compete with local cable and phone companies.

By January 27, 2016

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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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Diller: Aereo is 'finished' if Supreme Court sides with broadcasters

The IAC chairman and major investor in Aereo says he doesn't see a path forward for Aereo if it loses its Supreme Court case.

By April 2, 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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Media moguls partner to form new e-book publisher

IAC Chairman Barry Diller and movie producer Scott Rudin join turbulent sector to challenge Amazon, The New York Times reports.

By September 18, 2012

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Barry Diller gets into bidding war for About.com, report says

IAC/Interactivecorp is willing to pay $30 million more than Answers.com has agreed to pay for the information site, according to Reuters.

By August 21, 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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More Net giants deal in shady drug ads

Microsoft, Yahoo, and IAC have accepted ads for Web sites that sell pharmaceuticals without requiring a prescription, CNET has learned, a practice that reportedly landed Google in legal trouble.

By May 26, 2011