Love Is Not Dead: Match Group’s Tinder, Hinge Hit New Records
The dating app industry grew rapidly last year as singles adjusted to the pandemic. But does anyone want to date in the Metaverse?
Barry Diller Makes Entertainment Weekly, InStyle Online Only
IAC spent roughly $2.7 billion to purchase the media company Meredith Corp. last year.
IAC's Dotdash Buying Meredith in $2.7 Billion Deal
Publisher of People, Better Homes & Gardens joins digital operator controlled by Barry Diller.
Stocks End Mixed Amid Evergrande Default Saga, Supply Chain Chaos
Evergrande's default saga, as well as mounting supply chain issues, have stocks trading mixed Friday.
5 Top Stock Gainers for Friday: Meredith, Costco, Vail Resorts
Meredith, Costco, Vail Resorts, Progress Software and BJ's Restaurants are five top stock gainers for Friday.
Meredith Stock Surges on Report of $2.5 Billion IAC Buyout Talks
Meredith soars on a report that it is in acquisition talks with IAC/InterActive Corp.
Vimeo Sinks in First Day of Trading After Spinning Off From IAC
KeyBanc Capital Markets initiated coverage of Vimeo with a sector weight rating, pointing to strong potential but a full valuation.
Amazon, Bezos, Google, SpaceX - 5 Things You Must Know Wednesday
Amazon and Alphabet post strong earnings; Amazon's Jeff Bezos will step down as CEO in the third quarter; a SpaceX prototype rocket crash lands.
UnitedHealth Group Stock Edges Lower On Muted 2023 Profit Forecast
UnitedHealth, a Dow component, will host it annual investor event later today in New York.
Roku Stock Slides As KeyBanc Cuts Rating to 'Sector Weight' On Ad Weakness
Roku's eroding market share, and its need for new investment, will pressure near-term profits, according to KeyBanc analyst Justin Patterson.
Tesla Sentiment, Fundamentals Affected By Musk's Twitter Purchase - Morgan Stanley Survey
“Our investor survey reinforces our views that Elon Musk's recent involvement with Twitter has contributed to negative sentiment momentum in Tesla shares," said Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas.
'Un-carrier' T-Mobile Makes a Very Verizon, AT&T 'Carrier' Move
Mobile carrier companies are always eager to increase revenue through fees customers pay and to outflank their competition with deals.