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Last $71.81 USD
Change Today +0.38 / 0.53%
Volume 365.0K
As of 2:44 PM 04/21/15 All times are local (Market data is delayed by at least 15 minutes).
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IAC/InterActiveCorp operates as a media and Internet company in the United States and internationally. Segments The company is organized into four segments: Search & Applications, which includes brands such as About.com, Ask.com, Dictionary.com and Investopedia; the Match Group, which consists of dating, education and fitness businesses with brands such as Match, OkCupid, Tinder, The Princeton Review and DailyBurn; Media, which includes businesses such as Vimeo, Electus, The Daily Beast and CollegeHumor; and eCommerce, which includes HomeAdvisor and ShoeBuy. The company’s brands and products reach users in approximately 200 countries. Search & Applications segment The Search & Applications segment consists of: Websites, including Ask.com, About.com, CityGrid, Dictionary.com, Investopedia, PriceRunner and Ask.fm, through which the company provides search services, content and other services; and Applications, including its direct-to-consumer downloadable applications operations (B2C), its partnership operations (B2B), SlimWare and Apalon. The company’s Websites and Applications businesses provide search services and content to its users. Search services involve the generation and display of a set of hyperlinks to Websites deemed relevant to search queries entered by users. In addition to these algorithmic search results, paid listings are also displayed in response to search queries. Paid listings are advertisements displayed on search results pages that contain a link to an advertiser’s Website. Paid listings are displayed based on keywords selected by the advertiser. The paid listings the company display are supplied to the company by Google Inc. (Google) pursuant to a services agreement with Google. Websites: The company’s Websites business primarily consists of the following destination Websites: Ask.com, which provides general search services, as well as question and answer services that provide direct answers to natural-language questions; About.com, which provides detailed information and content written by independent, freelance subject matter experts across various vertical categories; Dictionary.com, which primarily provides online and mobile dictionary and reference services; Investopedia, a resource for investment and personal finance education and information; PriceRunner, a shopping comparison Website; and Ask.fm, a question and answer social network. The company’s Websites business also includes CityGrid, an advertising network that integrates local content and advertising for distribution to both affiliated and third party publishers across Web and mobile platforms. Applications: The company’s Applications business consists of its B2C and B2B operations, as well as SlimWare, a provider of community-powered software and services that clean, repair, update and optimize personal computers, and Apalon, a developer of a large and growing suite of mobile applications worldwide. The company’s B2C operations develop, market and distribute various downloadable applications that offer users the ability to access search services, as well as engage in other activities online, such as play games, send e-cards, decorate e-mails and Web pages and explore select vertical categories. The majority of its B2C applications are toolbars, which consist of a browser search box and related technology. These applications include: MyFunCards, through which users can send online greeting cards; Popular Screensavers, through which users can personalize their desktops with photos, images and animations; and Retrogamer and Gaming Wonderland, through which users can access classic arcade, sports and action and other casual games directly from their Web browsers. Other B2C applications target users with a special or passionate interest in select vertical categories (such as television programming, sports, shopping and gossip, among others) or provide users with particular reference information or access to specific utilities (such as maps, weather forecasts or file conversion technology). The company distributes its B2C applications directly to consumers. The company’s B2B operations work closely with par

 

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