David calls the plaintiff a "terrible opportunist who stalked me"
Opinions are divided on the online television service's legal defeat
Company founder speaks out moments after chief investor declares Aereo "over"
Supreme Court ruling boosts share prices for CBS, Fox, ABC and NBC
Diller doesn't mince words after investing millions
Aereo may be able to recoup investment by selling its technology -- but to who?
Court rules 6-3 service violates copyright law
The former IAC flack rebounds after being fired from Barry Diller's company
"What if there was no telephone?" asks the IAC chairman, an investor in TV streaming service targeted by networks in Supreme Court case
An upstart company that wants to change how you watch TV vs. broadcasters protecting billions
Online video company "probably would not be able to continue," Diller tells Bloomberg
New markets include eight million potential consumers
Owner Barry Diller "plans to dig into digital, expected to promote from within," an insider tells TheWrap
The book will trace triumphs at Vanity Fair and the New Yorker and low points like Newsweek
Senator talks "House of Cards" and football... and mentions this may be his last term
"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"
Owning the Post gives Bezos a seat at the Old Establishment table
Chris Hughes, who co-founded Facebook, isn't one of these hands-off billionaires: He's currently the publisher and editor-in-chief of The New Republic after purchasing the magazine in...
The deal is expected to close in approximately one week
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
Three of the major studios are having some growing pains as the media confab unfolds
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
Networks could cut into livestreaming service's business by livestreaming themselves
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