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  1. IAC Completes Spinoff of Four Companies

    Armed with outstanding management teams, appropriate capital structures and their own currencies, HSNi, Ticketmaster, Interval and Tree.com are now ready for independent futures .while the Internet businesses that make up new IAC can operate with...

  2. Yahoo Rejects Microsoft: Worst Decision Ever?

    Excite is now a shell of what it once was, a minor part of Barry Diller's IAC properties. To that end, IAC/InterActiveCorp's Ask.com search engine could be another target, says Rob Helm, director of research at Directions on Microsoft.

  3. Online Reputation Management Requires Cabinet War Rooms

    Barry Diller To IAC Troops On Eve Of Court Fight With Liberty Media, paidContent The need for speed was discussed during the Brand Nan Dawkins, president and CEO, Serengeti Communications; and me. Elixir Systems CEO Fionn Downhill said a...

  4. Ask.com to Cut 8%, Revamp Search Plans

    With the exit of Price, and the news that Jim Lanzone will be gone by August, Ask.com has most definitely moved away from "the little engine that could," with lots of personality, to just another IAC site in Barry Diller's empire.

  5. IAC Splitting Into Five Separate Companies

    After years of touting the importance of "synergy" between its partner companies, IAC Chairman and CEO Barry Diller has gotten permission from the board of directors to split the business five ways. IAC will retain substantially all of the company...

  6. Yahoo CEO Says Ad Growth Slowing Down; Ask.com To Increase Market Share

    Barry Diller, CEO of IAC, said he can see Ask.com gaining market share, about 8 to 10 percent share. The Wall Street Journal reports that Terry Semel, Yahoo's CEO, has warned that online advertising growth will be slowing in automotive and...