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  • Dating app Tinder to acquire photo messaging app Tappy

    Dating app Tinder to acquire photo messaging app Tappy
    Tinder, the West Hollywood-based dating app, announced Monday it will buy Tappy, a disappearing-photo messenging app similar to Snapchat.
  • Review: 'The Woman I Wanted to Be' by Diane von Furstenberg

    Review: 'The Woman I Wanted to Be' by Diane von Furstenberg
    Barbara Walters, speaking last month at the celebrity-studded launch party for "The Woman I Wanted to Be," said this about 67-year-old Diane von Furstenberg: "She does what she wants to do, she does it well, and she doesn't give a damn." True as that...

    Tinder CEO to become company's president after successor is named

    Tinder CEO to become company's president after successor is named
    Tinder, the dating app that's become irresistibly addicting with the under-30 generation, is seeking a new chief executive to lead it through "this time of explosive growth and expansion," existing CEO Sean Rad announced Tuesday. Rad said in a statement...

    Aereo files for bankruptcy protection

    Aereo files for bankruptcy protection
    Aereo Inc., the online video streaming service backed by businessman and Television Hall of Fame member Barry Diller, filed for bankruptcy protection on Thursday night, five months after an unfavorable Supreme Court ruling. The service had allowed...

    Atavist Books to close up shop

    Atavist Books to close up shop
    It lasted hardly more than two years: Atavist Books will close at the end of 2014. The venture was backed by a couple of big entertainment names -- Barry Diller and Scott Rudin -- and an announced investment of $20 million. The publisher's name came...