IAC Key Facts
IAC (NASDAQ: IACI) is a leading media and Internet company. It is organized into four segments: The Match Group, which consists of dating, education and fitness businesses with brands such as Match.com, OkCupid, Tinder, The Princeton Review and DailyBurn; Search & Applications, which includes brands such as About.com, Ask.com, Dictionary.com and Investopedia; Media, which consists of businesses such as Vimeo, Electus, The Daily Beast and CollegeHumor; and eCommerce, which includes HomeAdvisor and Shoebuy. IAC’s brands and products are among the most recognized in the world reaching users in over 200 countries. The Company is headquartered in New York City and has offices worldwide.
555 West 18th Street, New York, NY 10011
IAC HQ Website: http://www.iachq.com/
Chairman & Senior Executive
IAC’s core areas of operation are search, online dating, media and eCommerce. The company reports revenue in the following segments:
- Search & Applications: About.com, Ask.com, Ask.fm, CityGrid Media, Dictionary.com, Investopedia, Mindspark and PriceRunner
- The Match Group: Chemistry.com, Delightful, HowAboutWe, Match.com, Meetic, OkCupid, PeopleMedia, Tinder, Twoo, DailyBurn, Tutor.com and The Princeton Review
- Media: CollegeHumor, Electus, The Daily Beast and Vimeo
- eCommerce: HomeAdvisor and Shoebuy.com.
4,000 employees worldwide
IAC generated over $3 billion in revenue in 2013
IAC issued its first quarterly dividend of .12 per share on November 3rd, 2011
The quarterly dividend was doubled to .24 per share on July 25, 2012
The quarterly dividend increased 40% to .34 per share on July 30, 2014
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12th largest global network on the web
369 million monthly unique visitors across IAC sites
2.4+ billion monthly visits across IAC sites
2014: The Princeton Review
2012: The About Group
2005: Ask Jeeves
2003: LendingTree and remaining interest in Ticketmaster, Expedia and Hotels.com.
2002: Expedia (controlling interest)
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In August 2005, Expedia (EXPE) split from IAC as a separate publicly traded company. In December 2011, TripAdvisor (TRIP) spun out from Expedia.
In August 2008, IAC split into five separate publicly traded companies.
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1986 as Silver King Broadcasting Company.
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