Barry Diller, Alki David Settle Legal Spat Over BarryDriller.com 56 min ago
Barry Diller and Alkiviades "Alki" David have agreed to put an end to a legal brouhaha that has vaguely amused the entertainment...
By Tim Kenneally
Viacom is pressing three major lawsuits, each likely to end in an out-of-court settlement that boosts revenue. It's just the way Redstone rolls
Chairman of IAC contradicts chairman of WME, and says piracy has become a marginal issue compared to issues involving digital distribution
Company says Sidney Harman's family is "solidly" committed to magazine and Daily Beast, and will appoint new board director in the wake of his death
Entertainment executive threatens further legal action unless parent company IAC bars members with sexual assault history from joining
Ex-Disney chief elected to director's seat alongside Edgar Bronfman, Jr., others
Company acquires equity stake from Front Line for $116.2 million
IAC quietly launches The Writers Network
In an exclusive interview with TheWrap, the billionaire says he plans to refocus on growing the company while keeping it in the family
Mogul steps down as CEO; Liberty Media sells stake for $220 million, gets Evite.com
A $28 million-a-year loser joins a $10 million one; "inevitable" layoffs loom, and Newsweek's digital staff is "in the dark"
Tina Brown and co. to kill magazine's website; CEO Tom Ascheim to leave
Barry Diller's on the board of the Washington Post Company; why didn't he buy Newsweek months ago? He let Sidney Harman pay the bill!
Sidney Harman, Barry Diller form pact; Tina Brown returns to familiar role as a magazine editor, along with her Beast duties
A merger "should be done, but isn't quite," an individual close to the talks says. Under the deal, Tina would report to Diller and Harman
Will Barry Diller, Tina Brown and Sidney Harman quit the foreplay and finally come together?
IAC chief on death of Newsweek-Beast deal
No financial plan is in place should the 92-year-old prove mortal, an insider tells TheWrap
Sidney Harman acquired struggling newsweekly from Washington Post for a dollar, according SEC document
Founding editor says "there have been some interesting discussions going on"
The meeting devolved into a shouting match between Barry Diller, Mark Shapiro and Ari Emanuel -- over a meeting date, not control of the company
A top insider says the deal will happen -- or collapse -- within a week. Finding a business plan that works is the main obstacle
A possible spat between the IAC chief and fellow media mogul and board member John Malone may be responsible
Post report: IAC's Barry Diller, Sidney Harman talking partnership
Two high-power Rons are sailing Capri, Ben and Ryan are with "their girls," Barry and Diane are cruising St. Tropez ...
WaxWord lands at the Herb Allen conference in Sun Valley and learns - Brad Grey just proposed! Plus, Diller and Katzenberg speak on new media
IAC chairman weighs in on paid content
All makers of loud, stupid action movies only wish their films delivered as much sheer sensation as this latest installment in the vroom-vroom saga