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As the consumer review site implements a turnaround effort and sees more board restructuring, its M&A story is becoming more complicated, and a logical suitor professes disinterest.
The consumer review site's chairman John Chuang and director Steve Kapner have resigned, with former Bankrate CEO Thomas Evans replacing the former.
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Company to move 300 employees to new development
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Lyle Underkoffler joins as General Manager of IAC Applications' Mobile Division; Alex Mandel joins as Chief Financial Officer of IAC Applications segment
Thirty years after launching the media-altering Fox TV network, Barry Diller considers a video offering.