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  1. IAC Acquires Restaurant Recommendation Guide Urbanspoon

    IAC, parent company of Ask.com, has acquired Urbanspoon. Ask.com Parent IAC Sees Disappointing Revenues, Plans Vertical Search Strategy Urbanspoon will remain an independent brand, but its content will be integrated with other IAC properties such...

  2. SearchDay | Should You Target the Head or the Long Tail?

    IAC is the parent company of Ask.com. Before his stint at IAC, Genachowski was Chief Counsel to Chairman Reed Hundt of the Federal Communications Commission under the Clinton administration. Obama to Nominate Former IAC Executive as FCC Chairman...

  3. Obama to Nominate Former IAC Executive as FCC Chairman

    IAC is the parent company of Ask.com. President-elect Barack Obama is planning to nominate former IAC executive Julius Genachowski as FCC Chairman, according to the Wall Street Journal. Before his stint at IAC, Genachowski was Chief Counsel to...

  4. 50 Most Memorable Moments in Search for 2008

    IAC, parent company of Ask.com, splits into five companies. He will remain in the position until a replacement is found and then will remain at the company as Chief Yahoo. After rumors of a possible acquisition, Microsoft and Facebook simply...

  5. IAC Completes Spinoff of Four Companies

    IAC, the parent company of Ask.com, has completed the spinoff of four companies: HSN, Inc. For every one share of IAC common stock held on August 11, 2008, the record date for the spin-off, or bought in the due bill period, holders received one...

  6. SearchDay: Content? Content. Content!

    IAC Split Will Occur August 21; 'When-Issued' Trading Begins Tomorrow Posted by Nathania Johnson Aug 11, 2008 Ask.com parent company IAC announced last November that they would spin off four of their properties and become 5 separate companies.

  7. IAC to Launch a Flurry of Niche Sites

    IAC, parent company of Ask.com, is planning to launch several new niche sites that incorporate search and social media. Past IAC sites have been hit or miss. IAC disputed the numbers, claiming the site saw 685,000 visitors in March.

  8. IAC Splitting Into Five Separate Companies

    IAC will retain substantially all of the company's cash and Diller will continue as its chairman and CEO of IAC. After years of touting the importance of "synergy" between its partner companies, IAC Chairman and CEO Barry Diller has gotten...