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Diller steps down

     
5:07 am on Dec 3, 2010 (gmt 0)

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Barry Diller is no longer the CEO of IAC, or Ask.com

IAC shakeup: Diller steps down [news.cnet.com]

Barry Diller, the former entertainment mogul who set out to reinvent himself as a digital-media baron in the past decade with his New York-based IAC/InterActiveCorp conglomerate, has stepped down from his post as CEO of the holdings company.

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Diller will remain chairman and senior executive of IAC, while the current CEO of IAC portfolio company Match.com, Greg Blatt, will take over as CEO. Remaining IAC brands include Ask.com (which finally has stopped trying to out-algorithm Google), Vimeo, Citysearch, Reference.com, and the Match family of dating sites.