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  1. Japan's SoftBank Looking to Sell Majority Stake in Video Streamer DramaFever (Report)

    6:16 am 7/20/2015

    Warner Bros. and Barry Diller’s IAC are believed to be among the suitors for the online video company, which the Japanese company bought for $100 million just last year. Read more

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  2. Barry Diller's IAC Plans Match Group IPO, Names New CEO

    4:49 am 6/25/2015

    "I'm not a believer in simply agglomerating assets in perpetuity," says IAC chairman Barry Diller in announcing the planned IPO of the unit that houses Tinder, Match and OKCupid.Read more

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  3. Ex-IAC PR Exec Justine Sacco Reveals More About "AIDS" Tweet Fallout

    12:20 pm 2/12/2015

    She shares her extended family in South Africa's response, what it was like to volunteer in Ethiopia and why she's shunning the spotlight.Read more

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  4. Tinder CEO to Step Down in Wake of Sexual Harassment Lawsuit

    11:39 am 11/4/2014

    Sean Rad will remain with the company as president and board memberRead more

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  5. Barry Diller's IAC Swings to Second-Quarter Loss

    2:18 am 7/30/2014

    The company's media unit also saw weaker results amid the closure of the Newsweek print business and sale of its digital business.Read more

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  6. Vimeo Finances Web Series 'High Maintenance'

    4:00 am 5/29/2014

    The online streamer will fund six new episodes that will air exclusively on Vimeo on Demand. Read more

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  7. Barry Diller Talks Murdoch Succession, Pegs Aereo Supreme Court Odds at '50-50' (Q&A)

    11:00 am 4/16/2014

    The chairman and senior executive at IAC and Expedia also tells THR that Vimeo is "not that far" from its own "House of Cards," how quickly the company decided to fire PR chief Justine Sacco after a controversial AIDS tweet and why Rupert Murdoch's empire shouldn't outlive him.Read more

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  8. Record Companies' Lawsuit Against Vimeo Heads Toward Appellate Showdown

    7:28 am 1/3/2014

    If the 2nd Circuit agrees to hear this copyright dispute, it could impact how employees of user-generated-content sites interact with videos and whether popular websites carry pre-1972 music.Read more

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  9. IAC: 'The Daily Beast' Isn't For Sale

    11:43 am 9/20/2013

    "If you removed the failed experiment to revive 'Newsweek,' the story … is one of excellence," Barry Diller stated. Read more

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  10. Barry Diller's IAC Beats Quarterly Earnings Expectations

    1:42 pm 7/30/2013

    The company behind 150 brands, like Vimeo and Match.com, reported a 23 percent rise in second-quarter revenue.Read more

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