Malone Gets an Out From IAC

Farrell, Mike
November 2007
Multichannel News;11/12/2007, Vol. 28 Issue 45, p42
The article reports that IAC/InterActiveCorp chairman Barry Diller's move to split his Internet and television conglomerate into five separate companies could lead to Liberty Media chairman John Malone's exit from IAC in the U.S. Liberty Media owns a 24% economic interest and 56% voting stake in IAC. Malone has ceded the 24% economic interest to Diller. IAC plans to split into five separate publicly traded companies.


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