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PublicNASDAQ:IACI
Date3/1993
Raised
Post IPO Valuation

General Information

Offices

HQ
555 West 18th Street
New York, NY, 10011
USA

People

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CEO HomeAdvisor.com
Chief Executive Officer
Chief Financial Officer
Vice President, Sales
SVP & General Counsel
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Acquisitions

Total$2.44B
Tutor, 1/2013
Massive Media, 12/2012 $30M
About.com, 8/2012 $300M
Urbanspoon, 4/2009
StarNet Interactive, 5/2008
Emma Entertainment, 5/2007
Frontline Management, 5/2007
Edodo Interactive, 3/2007
NetClub, 3/2007
llike.com, 12/2006
Connected Ventures, 8/2006
CollegeHumor, 8/2006
Shoebuy, 1/2006
Ask.com, 7/2005 $1.85B
Cornerstone Brands, 4/2005
HomeAdvisor, 7/2004
TripAdvisor, 3/2004 $210M
Hotwire, 9/2003
Expedia, 8/2003
Hotels.com, 6/2003
LendingTree, 5/2003
Ticketmaster, 1/2003
Match, 6/1999 $50M

Investments

LiveSafe 3/2014
Aereo 1/2014
Aereo 1/2013
Aereo 2/2012
HealthCentral 1/2008
MerchantCircle 9/2007
Brightcove 1/2007
CollegeHumor 8/2006
Brightcove 11/2005

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IAC/InterActiveCorp

IAC (InterActiveCorp) is a media conglomerate with a wide range of online assets. In November 2007, announced they would be separating IAC into 5 public companies. IAC will consist of: Ask.com, Bloglines, CitySearch, Evite, Excite, InsiderPages, iWon, My Fun Cards, My Way, Popular Screensaver, Smiley Central, Match.com, chemistry.com, ServiceMagic, Shoebuy.com, BustedTees, CollegeHumor, Garage Games, Gifts.com, Green.com, Instant Action, Very Short List, Vimeo, 23/6. IAC is also an investor in Active.com, Brightcove, FiLife, Medem, Merchant Circle, OpenTable, Points.com and SHOP channel.

The 5 spun off companies were Home Shopping Network, Ticketmaster, Interval International, LendingTree and expedia.com.

IAC’s notable acquisitions included:

  • In September 1998 IAC’s subsidiary at the time, Ticketmaster, merged with CitySearch .
  • In June 1999 Ticketmaster-CitySearch acquired Match.com.
  • In 2001 Evite was acquired by Ticketmaster.
  • In February 2003 IAC acquired Expedia, and later spun it off in August 2005.
  • In August 2003 IAC acquired Lending Tree.
  • In July 2005 IAC acquired Ask.com, known as Ask Jeeves at the time, for $1.85 billion. Ask.com is the fourth leading search engine behind Google, Yahoo, and MSN.
  • In July 2005 IAC spun off Expedia.com
  • In August 2006 IAC acquired Connected Ventures, the parent company of CollegeHumor, Vimeo, Bustedtees.com, and others. Vimeo competes with online video companies such as Youtube, Brightcove, Veoh, Stage6, Dailymotion, and many others.

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Products

gifts.com

Websitegifts.com

Gifts.com, an IAC subsidiary, is a site that helps find specialized gifts sorted by occasion. The site allows users to create wishlists for gifts and buyers to collectively pay for an item.

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Sources

  1. IAC Acquires Tutor.com To Add An Education String To Its Consumer Web Portfolio (techcrunch.com) [edit]
  2. Meetic (IAC) buys Massive Media, the company behind Netlog and Badoo rival Twoo, for $25m (thenextweb.com) [edit]
  3. Confirmed: IAC Has Bought About.com From The New York Times For $300M In Cash (techcrunch.com) [edit]
  4. IAC Buys UrbanSpoon Based On Good Recommendations (techcrunch.com) [edit]
  5. IAC Acquires GirlSense.com Parent StarNet; Targeting Tweens (paidcontent.org) [edit]
  6. Citation Needed [add]
  7. IAC/InterActiveCorp. Buys into Front Line Management (ticketnews.com) [edit]
  8. Match.com Acquires Leading Online Dating and Relationship Companies in France and China (thedatingassociation.org) [edit]
  9. Match.com Acquires Leading Online Dating and Relationship Companies in France and China (thedatingassociation.org) [edit]
  10. Citation Needed [add]
  11. IAC Acquires Controlling Interest in Connected Ventures, LLC, Parent of Leading Comedy Site CollegeHumor.com (iac.com) [edit]
  12. CollegeHumor.com Sells Out - for at least $20 Million (web2.commongate.com) [edit]
  13. AC/InterActive to acquire ShoeBuy.com (internetretailer.com) [edit]
  14. Ask Jeeves bought for $1.9B (money.cnn.com) [edit]
  15. IAC completes acquisition of Cornerstone Brands (allbusiness.com) [edit]
  16. http://www.facebook.com/CBSNewYork#!/pages/Dumpster-newark-nj-908-313-9888/177688148917858 (prnewswire.com) [edit]
  17. IAC Acquires TripAdvisor, Inc. (goliath.ecnext.com) [edit]
  18. IAC/InterActiveCorp to Acquire Hotwire (hospitalitynet.org) [edit]
  19. IAC Completes Acquisition of Expedia, Inc (findarticles.com) [edit]
  20. InterActiveCorp Completes Acquisition of Hotels.Com (thefreelibrary.com) [edit]
  21. IAC Completes Acquisition of LendingTree (iac.mediaroom.com) [edit]
  22. iac.com [edit]
  23. Citation Needed [add]
  24. LiveSafe Raises $6.5M in Series A Financing (finsmes.com) [edit]
  25. What Legal Battles? Video Upstart Aereo Lands $34M In New Funding, Plans Big U.S. Expansion (techcrunch.com) [edit]
  26. Aereo Raises $38 Million Series B, Plans To Bring Its Streaming TV Service To 22 New Markets (techcrunch.com) [edit]
  27. Aereo Raises $20.5M in Series A Financing (finsmes.com) [edit]
  28. IAC Buying Major Chunk In HealthCentral; Carlyle, Sequoia & Polaris Also Investing; Total $50M (gigaom.com) [edit]
  29. Citation Needed [add]
  30. Brightcove Raises Another $59.5 Million In Third Round; NYTCO Among New Investors (paidcontent.org) [edit]
  31. publications.mediapost.com [edit]
  32. techcrunch.com [edit]
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