• IAC’s HomeAdvisor Uses Online Dating Playbook for Global Growth
    Bloomberg8 months ago

    IAC’s HomeAdvisor Uses Online Dating Playbook for Global Growth

    IAC/InterActiveCorp has bought Canada-based HomeStars, its second acquisition in the past four months of an online home services company based outside the U.S.

  • Associated Press9 months ago

    IAC/Interactive beats Street 4Q forecasts

    On a per-share basis, the New York-based company said it had net income of $1.18. Earnings, adjusted for one-time gains and costs, were $1.38 per share. The results surpassed Wall Street expectations. ...

  • Bloomberg9 months ago

    IAC Beats Estimates With HomeAdvisor a ‘Standout’ Unit

    IAC/InterActiveCorp beat analysts’ estimates for revenue and profit in the fourth quarter, an achievement Chief Executive Officer Joey Levin partly attributed to success in what he called the company’s ...

  • Benzinga9 months ago

    IAC/InterActiveCorp. Is A Top SMID Idea For 2017

    Naming IAC/InterActiveCorp (NASDAQ: IAC ) as one of the top SMID ideas for 2017, Aegis Capital’s Victor Anthony noted that the stock continues to trade at a discount to its asset values despite several ...

  • Bloomberg9 months ago

    Diller’s Vimeo, Once Left for Dead, Enters Crowded TV Fray

    When Barry Diller’s IAC/InterActiveCorp bought comedy website CollegeHumor in 2006, the deal included an asset the billionaire had little use for at the time: Vimeo.

  • TheStreet.com9 months ago

    Walmart Tacks on Another E-Commerce Company in the Hopes of Crushing Amazon

    A $70 million deal for Shoebuy.com comes as Walmart continues to build up its online sales offerings.

  • Benzinga10 months ago

    An Acquisition Of Angie's List 'Still Makes Sense'

    Despite 13 months having passed since Angie's List Inc (NASDAQ: ANGI ) rejected the acquisition bid from IAC/InterActiveCorp (NASDAQ: IAC ) and 10 months since Angie’s List announced a revamp of its subscription ...

  • Reuters10 months ago

    CalPERS sues IAC over move to maintain Diller's voting power

    Chairman Diller controls more than 44 percent of IAC's voting shares, while the billionaire owns less than 8 percent of the company's stock, CalPERS said in a statement. "As a result, no matter how much IAC uses stock to pay compensation or pursue new deals, Diller and his future heirs will never lose their voting control, even as their economic ownership of IAC can be reduced far below their current 8 percent level," CalPERS said.

  • GuruFocus.com11 months ago

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    Learning Match Group’s business