Editor said she would launch a "theatrical journalism" company called Tina Brown Live Media
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
Barry Diller told investors that the transition of Newsweek from print to digital-only will be painful
Revenue climbed at IAC's media unit -- but thanks to Newsweek, losses did too
The reference site was purchased by the Times Company in 2005 for $410 million
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
Aereo's tiny antennae bring broadcast signals to consumers online. IAC sees it as a cord-cutting breakthrough. The networks see an illegal threat to their business...
The mogul found plenty of time to praise his own IAC enterprises, but scattered snipes at his media competitors as he looked into the future
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...
Ex-Disney chief elected to director's seat alongside Edgar Bronfman, Jr., others
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
IAC chief on death of Newsweek-Beast deal
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 possible spat between the IAC chief and fellow media mogul and board member John Malone may be responsible
5x5 Media will partner with Electus to both create and co-produce original projects across all platforms
IAC chairman weighs in on paid content
Electus inks Arnett, Bateman, Seacrest, distribution deal with Yahoo
A multiplatform United Artists is the model for the company backed by Diller's IAC.
Diller's company invests in Daily Beast and Silverman's Electus.
TheWrap talks to Barry Diller about the challenges posed to Hollywood by the Internet.