Liberty Interactive Corporation Names Rich Baer General Counsel; Charles Tanabe to Retire

  Liberty Interactive Corporation Names Rich Baer General Counsel; Charles
  Tanabe to Retire

Business Wire

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- November 20, 2012

Liberty Interactive Corporation (Nasdaq: LINTA, LINTB, LVNTA, LVNTB)
(“Liberty”) today announced that after 14 years as General Counsel, Charles
Tanabe will retire at the end of the year. Succeeding him will be Rich Baer,
former EVP and Chief Legal Officer of UnitedHealth Group, who will join
Liberty on January 1, 2013, as SVP and General Counsel.

“We appreciate the tremendous job he has done as our General Counsel,” said
John Malone, Liberty Chairman. “We wish him well on his retirement and thank
him for his many years of service.”

“I want to thank Charles for his many contributions to Liberty. We have all
benefited from his business wisdom and legal skills. He will be greatly missed
by me and the entire Liberty team,” said Greg Maffei, Liberty president and
CEO. “We're also pleased that Charles will continue to work with Liberty on
special projects.”

“We are very excited, however, to welcome an attorney of Rich Baer’s caliber
to the team,” Maffei added. “Rich brings an extraordinary breadth of
experience to Liberty from his time at UnitedHealth, Qwest and Sherman &
Howard and in fact, represented Liberty while in private practice.”

As Chief Legal Officer of UnitedHealth Group, Baer oversaw the company’s
legal, regulatory and compliance matters. Baer previously served as General
Counsel and Chief Administrative Officer of Qwest Communications where he
oversaw legal, human resources, corporate communications, compliance, public
policy, government relations and corporate social responsibility. Prior to
joining Qwest, Baer served as chairman of the litigation department at Sherman
& Howard.

Baer holds a juris doctorate degree from Duke University and a bachelor of
arts degree from Columbia University.

About Liberty Interactive Corporation

Liberty Interactive Corporation operates and owns interests in a broad range
of digital commerce businesses. Those interests are currently attributed to
two tracking stock groups: Liberty Interactive Group and Liberty Ventures
Group. The Liberty Interactive Group (Nasdaq: LINTA, LINTB) is primarily
focused on digital commerce and consists of Liberty Interactive Corporation’s
subsidiaries,, Celebrate Interactive
(including Evite and Liberty Advertising), CommerceHub, MotoSport, Provide
Commerce, QVC, Right Start, and Liberty Interactive Corporation’s interests in
HSN and Lockerz. The Liberty Ventures Group (Nasdaq: LVNTA, LVNTB) consists of
Liberty Interactive Corporation’s non-consolidated assets, including interests
in AOL, Expedia, Interval Leisure Group, Time Warner, Time Warner Cable, (Lending Tree), TripAdvisor and various green energy investments.


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