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  • / Technology

    Nutrisystem changes chief marketing officers

    Monica Woo, who was named Nutrisystem’s chief marketing officer and executive vice president of e-commerce in November, is leaving the company in mid-August. Woo is being replaced in the job by Chris Terrill, senior vice president of e-commerce.

    Posted 06/29/2009Katie EvansPost a comment

    Monica Woo, who was named Nutrisystem’s chief marketing officer and executive vice president of e-commerce in November, is leaving the company in mid-August. Woo is being replaced in the job by Chris Terrill, senior vice president of e-commerce.
  • / E-Retailers

    IAC spinning off HSN, Ticketmaster, Interval and LendingTree

    IAC/InteractiveCorp. plans to spin off Home Shopping Network, Ticketmaster, Interval and LendingTree as publicly traded companies. The move will help investors more easily identify the businesses, says CEO Barry Diller.

    Posted 11/05/2007Don DavisPost a comment

    IAC/InteractiveCorp. plans to spin off Home Shopping Network, Ticketmaster, Interval and LendingTree as publicly traded companies. The move will help investors more easily identify the businesses, says CEO Barry Diller.
  • / Press Release

    PRONTO.COM LAUNCHES MERCHANT SOLUTIONS CENTER

    The Most Comprehensive Comparison Shopping Engine Makes It Easier for Online Retailers To Increase Sales NEW YORK – October 30, 2006 – Pronto.com(TM), an operating business of IAC/InterActiveCorp (NASDAQ: IACI), today launched its Merchant Solutions Center, a suite of self-service tools that make it easier for online merchants to increase sales and promote their products on Pronto.com. Backed by IAC/InterActiveCorp, which has a worldwide audience...

    Posted 11/01/2006

    The Most Comprehensive Comparison Shopping Engine Makes It Easier for Online Retailers To Increase Sales NEW YORK – October 30, 2006 – Pronto.com(TM), an operating business of IAC/InterActiveCorp (NASDAQ: IACI), today launched its Merchant Solutions Center, a suite of self-service tools that…
  • Blockbuster.com: Fastest growing Top 500 retailer

    How the web is shoring up Blockbuster`s fading fortunes.

    Posted 05/31/2006Internet RetailerPost a comment

    How the web is shoring up Blockbuster`s fading fortunes.
  • / E-Retailers

    Blockbuster Online adds a VP of product and marketing

    Blockbuster has hired Chris Terrill as vice president of product and marketing for Blockbuster Online. Terrill joins Blockbuster Online from Match.com, where he most recently was vice president of new brands and verticals.

    Posted 04/10/2006Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Blockbuster has hired Chris Terrill as vice president of product and marketing for Blockbuster Online. Terrill joins Blockbuster Online from Match.com, where he most recently was vice president of new brands and verticals.
  • IAC shareholders approve divestiture of Expedia

    IAC/InterActiveCorp. stockholders approved the spin-off of travel site Expedia Inc. IAC operates a number of retail Internet and TV-related companies, including web retailer and cataloger Cornerstone Brands and HSN.

    Posted 07/21/2005Kurt PetersPost a comment

    IAC/InterActiveCorp. stockholders approved the spin-off of travel site Expedia Inc. IAC operates a number of retail Internet and TV-related companies, including web retailer and cataloger Cornerstone Brands and HSN.
  • InterActive splits into two companies; one, retail; the other, travel

    IAC/InterActiveCorp will split into two publicly traded companies, keeping some operations under the IAC name and placing others under the Expedia brand. Expedia led the travel category online in unique visitors in November, reports comScore Networks.

    Posted 12/21/2004Kurt PetersPost a comment

    IAC/InterActiveCorp will split into two publicly traded companies, keeping some operations under the IAC name and placing others under the Expedia brand. Expedia led the travel category online in unique visitors in November, reports comScore Networks.
  • / Technology

    Paymentech lands processing contract with major IAC units

    Paymentech, which was already processing payments for IAC’s Hotels.com and Match.com, will now process for electronic retailer HSN, travel site Expedia.com and Ticketmaster, as well as other IAC properties.

    Posted 06/17/2004Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Paymentech, which was already processing payments for IAC’s Hotels.com and Match.com, will now process for electronic retailer HSN, travel site Expedia.com and Ticketmaster, as well as other IAC properties.

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