It’s not exactly a secret that the travel industry is in free fall right now as the pandemic has brought the industry to a screeching halt. With nobody moving, travel site Expedia announced that
It’s Oscar night! Do you care? If you’re me, and/or the statistically average watcher, the answer is: a whole lot less than you used to. Last year’s viewership hit an all-time low. W
For all of the excitement centered around fintech over the past half-decade, most venture-backed fintech companies struggle to acclimate to public markets. LendingClub and OnDeck have plummeted since
Media mogul and IAC chairman Barry Diller had some choice words for venture capitalists when he took the stage at WSJ D.Live in Laguna Beach on Tuesday. "These valuations don’t bear reality," said D
Match Group reported its first quarterly earnings since separating from IAC last fall. The company, whose properties include dating sites Match.com, Tinder and OkCupid, saw its revenue rise 12% to $26
Aereo, the company known for not having a plan B, now has to find one after its loss at the Supreme Court this morning. But none of its options are looking very good.
One of its top investors, Barr
Aereo investor Barry Diller says that the company isn't about taking free, over-the-air signals and charging for them, but is instead about moving TV from a closed system to IP. At the D11 Conference
This is a story about multiple lawsuits, a clone, and yet another tale of David vs. Goliath, except this time David and Goliath are kind of the same person.
After winning in the courts against a c
<img class="alignnone size-full wp-image-225804" title="a2" src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2010/09/a22.jpg" alt="" />Today at our <a href="http://disrupt.beta.techcrunch.com/2010-sf/">Te
One of my favorite <a href="http://www.crunchbase.com/person/barry-diller">Barry Diller</a> stories comes from Clicker CEO
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Forbes released its <a href="http://www.forbes.com/2009/03/11/worlds-richest-people-billionai