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April 7- Barry Diller's IAC/InterActiveCorp, which owns popular dating app Tinder, said it hired ex-Lehman Brothers investment banker Glenn Schiffman as its Chief Financial Officer. A veteran dealmaker in the media and entertainment industries, Schiffman has advised several global clients during a 25- year career and was most recently senior managing...
The new website, called Elevated Careers, will be offered free for job seekers for now, while companies looking to hire can sign on for free trials, Dan Erickson, director of special projects, said in an interview. EHarmony had also expected 2015 revenue to grow in "high and double-digit" percentages to between $275 million and $350 million. In the online dating space,...
Feb 2- Match Group Inc, the owner of popular dating site Match.com and mobile app Tinder, on Tuesday reported quarterly revenue that fell short of analysts' expectations, hurt by a drop in revenue from its non-dating services. Match's shares fell 3.2 percent to $11.80 in extended trading, below its IPO price of $12, after the company's released its first quarterly...
Feb 2- Match Group Inc, the owner of popular dating site Match.com and mobile app Tinder, reported a smaller-than-expected quarterly revenue as it earned lower average revenue per paid user. The company, which owns a portfolio of over 45 dating brands, said average revenue per paid user fell to 53 cents in the fourth quarter ended Dec. 31 from 62 cents a year earlier.
Feb 2- Match Group Inc, the owner of popular dating site Match.com and mobile app Tinder, reported a 12 percent rise in quarterly revenue as it added more paid subscribers. Total revenue rose to $267.6 million from about $239 million, Match Group said in its first quarterly report since going public last November. The company's net income fell to about $35.6...
Nov 19- Shares of media mogul Barry Diller's Match Group Inc, the owner of popular dating site Match.com and mobile app Tinder, jumped as much 16 percent in their market debut on Thursday, valuing the company at $3.34 billion. The company's initial public offering raised $400 million after the shares were priced at $12 each, at the lower end of the expected range of...
Nov 19- Shares of media mogul Barry Diller's Match Group Inc, the owner of popular dating site Match.com and mobile app Tinder, rose as much as 12.5 percent in their market debut on Thursday, valuing the company at about $3 billion. The company's initial public offering raised $400 million after the shares were priced at $12 each, at the lower end of the expected...
Match Group, owned by media mogul Barry Diller's IAC/InterActiveCorp, has developed online dating sites that work well on smartphones, attracting busy young professionals that are highly coveted by advertisers. Shares of the Dallas, Texas- based Match Group will start trading on the Nasdaq stock market on Thursday under the ticker "MTCH."
A Match Group spokesman did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Match Group generated around $753 million in revenue in the first nine months of 2015, a 16 percent jump over the same period in 2014.. In July, Match Group agreed to buy dating site PlentyOfFish for $575 million.
Barry Diller, IAC & Expedia chairman, discusses the $3.9 billion deal, weighs in on competition, and explains why the company is now "strategically complete."
Presidential candidate Donald Trump responds to Barry Diller comments via Twitter.
Sources say Barry Diller's IAC/Interactive intends to spinoff part of its Match.com business, reports "Squawk Box's" Andrew Ross Sorkin.
InterActive Corp. is actively trying to damp down "crazy speculation" around its popular dating service Tinder, Barry Diller tells CNBC.
Media mogul Barry Diller tells CNBC that Sony deserves sympathy for the hacking attack and for President Barack Obama criticism.
IAC Chairman Barry Diller, who is on the board of Coca-Cola, reacts to Wintergreen Advisors' David Winters assault on the beverage giant's compensation plan.
Matt Quayle, senior executive producer for CNBC's "Squawk Box," writes about the show's evolution over the past 20 years and its future.
TV streaming service Aereo filed for bankruptcy protection after a U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the company's model violated copyright laws.
Billionaire media mogul Barry Diller, the chairman of IAC, plans to help finance a $170 million park built on a pier off the Hudson River shoreline in Manhattan.
"Barry and I decided a year and a half ago not to talk about Aereo," CBS CEO Leslie Moonves says.
"It's a big victory for the NFL and allows them to keep the value of their content," says one expert.