pg 14]; dead- Aereo beneficiaries [primary NXST, SBGI ; secondary CBS, CMCSA, DIS, FOXA, GCI, TRBAA ; loser Barry Diller ; pg 15]; International Paper [ IP ; pg 17; see link below]; storage specialist NetApp [ NTAP ; pg 19]; Adobe
* Barry Diller says in a statement Aereo loss to broadcasters will not be a "big financial loss" for IAC Further company coverage: (Reporting by Jennifer Saba in New York)
executives from IAC/Interactive IACI, Expedia, and Liberty Interactive. Internet veteran and Expedia board chairman Barry Diller resigned as TripAdvisor chairman following the sale of his stake to Liberty Interactive in December 2012. As a result
platform upgrade across Expedia properties that put the firm on a faster growth track in recent years. Media veteran Barry Diller serves as chairman. We view management as making prudent decisions with regard to capital allocation, including $1
Jan 7 (Reuters) - Aereo Inc, the Barry Diller -backed online television venture that is facing a legal battle from four major broadcasters said it had raised $34 million from its new round of...
(Reuters) - Aereo, the Internet TV startup backed by the media company run by billionaire Barry Diller , has raised $38 million and will expand to 22 U.S. cities including Chicago, Houston and Miami.
Interactive Corp LINTA announced that it had acquired approximately 4.8 million shares of TripAdvisor TRIP from its chairman Barry Diller and the Diller-von Furstenberg Family Foundation for approximately $300 million, or $62.50 per share. In conjunction
(Reuters) - Media veteran Barry Diller 's IAC/InteractiveCorp is contemplating the end of an era for a U.S. publishing icon - making the weekly newsmagazine Newsweek available only online.
July 11 (Reuters) - A federal judge has rejected a bid by major U.S. broadcasters to stop Aereo Inc, an online television venture backed by billionaire Barry Diller , to stop rebroadcasting some of its programming over the Internet.
S.) than 76 parties (in Europe). Huge E-Commerce Growth. Several speakers, including Expedia’s Chairman Barry Diller , Newmont’s CEO Richard O’Brien, and Pepsi’s Chairman for Greater China Tim Minges, see e-commerce as