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Times to Sell About Group to IAC/Interactive for $300 Million

The New York Times Company has agreed to sell the About Group, which includes the About.com network of topic sites, to Barry Diller’s IAC/InterActiveCorp for about $300 million in cash, the company said on Sunday.


IAC Has Controlling Stake In Newsweek/DailyBeast

The Daily Beast

Barry Diller's IAC/InterActiveCorp. has taken a controlling stake in the Newsweek/Daily Beast joint venture, after the family of the late Sidney Harman decided to stop investing in the company.


IAC/Interactive Names Chelsea Clinton To The Board

IAC/Interactive, Barry Diller's conglomerate of Internet businesses, disclosed in an SEC filing this afternoon that the company has named Chelsea Clinton, daughter of former president Bill Clinton and current Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, to the company's board of directors.


Eisner Joins IAC Board

IAC/Interactive named Michael Eisner, the former CEO of Disney, to its board.


Barry Diller steps down as IAC CEO

Barry Diller steps down as IAC CEO

Greg Blatt takes charge, Liberty Media sells its IAC stake -- The IAC chairman said Thursday that he is stepping down as CEO and that John Malone's Liberty Media has sold its entire stake in the company.


Exclusive: Bloglines Will Be Resurrected By IAC-Funded MerchantCircle

The saga continues. After informing us in September that the IAC-owned Bloglines was to be shut down permanently, Ask.com (the IAC property that operates Bloglines) has resurrected the troubled RSS feeder, the company tells TechCrunch exclusively.


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