"Personally, and professionally, every nickel you can, keep it ... wherever it's banked," IAC and Expedia Chairman Barry Diller said on CNBC on Tuesday.
Expedia and IAC chairman Barry Diller told CNBC the TikTok deal is a "crock" and a "political mismash."
Dow futures really started to soar after the government's May jobs report was much better than feared.
"Guidance is a bad business. We're out. We're not doing it anymore," the billionaire businessman told CNBC.
Online travel agencies have long been some of the biggest spenders on Google, but they're slashing budgets as consumers stay home.
The coronavirus pandemic has sent much of the economy into a tailspin, leaving online gaming and e-commerce companies in a position to increase their ad spending.
Taking Warren at her word, "God forbid, it would be bad," says the media mogul. But he seems to hold out hope that the senator would soften in a general election race.
Barry Diller is considering funding a $30 million gondola that would transport tourists to the Hollywood sign, Variety reports.
"There was no other candidate that the Board considered," said Expedia Chairman Barry Diller.
Expedia shares were down more than 4 percent on Monday.
Politics is a big topic at the annual Allen & Co. conference, with Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump attending the event for the first time.
Media execs like IAC's Barry Diller and former Disney CEO Michael Eisner think a new wave of media consolidation is likely.
Chelsea Clinton serves on corporate boards with Diller.
For years, business leaders have complained about government being too slow or unfriendly to business.
Now that voters who wanted change got what they wanted, the media executive says "bring it on."
Barry Diller, InterActive Corp. chairman, speaks to CNBC's Julia Boorstin, about Donald Trump's presidency, and how it will impact businesses.
The deal could be "well north" of $90 a share, sources say.
Barry Diller, IAC Chairman, speaks to CNBC's Jon Fortt about media mergers like AT&T and Time Warner, and the demise of Aereo.
The IAC chairman warned it would "hogwash" to buy Twitter for its potential to connect to existing business.
Attendees at the this year's Allen & Co. conference in Sun Valley, Idaho, will have no shortage of topics to discuss.