Barry Diller's media company released a statement saying it has "parted ways" with its corporate communications staffer
The news magazine folded print edition in 2012
Owner Barry Diller "plans to dig into digital, expected to promote from within," an insider tells TheWrap
"It's definitely been a ride," Barry Diller said in a staff memo obtained by TheWrap
Editor said she would launch a "theatrical journalism" company called Tina Brown Live Media
The travel site and its chairman are accused of withholding key information about the company's outlook
In a court filing, the broadcasters charge that FilmOnX is “a broadcast retransmission service, not a technology provider”
Putting the heat at the office on hold, moguls took to the sea to do some much-need chilling -- here's where they went, and with...
The captains of Hollywood and Silicon Valley descend on the Idaho resort
Barry Diller, eager to sell the struggling brand, may soon get his way as Newsweek's editors and writers jump ship
Says FTC's statement about his recent settlement "failed to say" certain "relevant facts"
“I can’t get an article I wrote in Newsweek in 1985," says the former Newsweek columnist and senior editor
ABC chief Anne Sweeney slammed Barry Diller’s new Aereo online tv service as “opportunistic piracy,” on Wednesday. Sweeney made the remarks during an onstage interview...
"The idea of spending thousands of dollars for a package of cable channels you don't watch doesn't make sense," he said during AllThingsD digital conference
The FilmOn boss was ordered not to use variations on Diller's name for commercial purposes
Publishing a print newsmagazine on its own is a "fool's errand," Barry Diller opines
Networks seek to re-address ruling in Aereo's favor for earlier this month
The Daily Beast absorbs the now tablet-only magazine even more with a name change
Barry Diller sold his 4.8 million shares to John Malone's Liberty Interactive
NBC Universal, ABC, CBS and Fox requested an injunction against the streaming service
Consumer Electronics Assn. sides with Barry Diller's fledgling service Aereo in battle with networks
Barry Diller told investors that the transition of Newsweek from print to digital-only will be painful
Could Newsweek have pivoted in time for the digital age? If not, then other newsweeklies like Time are probably destined to follow
Former staffers say that Newsweek was swimming against the tide, but are not optimistic it can reinvent itself as a digital publication
New company will be called Brightline and will publish short and long-form fiction and non-fiction
The reference site was purchased by the Times Company in 2005 for $410 million
Barry Diller alleges that a site bearing a strong resemblance to his name could cause confusion in the marketplace about the Diller-backed service Aereo
Barry Diller's IAC may be trying to buy the content site from the New York Times Company
He will also invest "considerably less" money in the news site and its sister newsweekly magazine.
The family of Sydney Harman will not invest in the money-losing magazine