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March 20, 2012
14:28 EDTLOV, IACICalifornia AG in pact with online dating websites to strengthen user protections
Attorney General Kamala D. Harris announced that three of the nation's leading online dating providers have issued a joint statement of business principles that online dating providers should follow to help protect members from identity theft, financial scams and sexual predators. The agreement between the Attorney General and online dating providers eHarmony, Match.com (IACI) and Spark Networks (LOV), states that the companies will protect their members through the use of online safety tools, including checking subscribers against national sex offender registries and by providing a rapid abuse reporting system for members.
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December 16, 2014
09:17 EDTIACIInternet sector upgraded to Attractive from Neutral at Goldman
Goldman upgraded the Americas Internet sector to Attractive to Neutral based on more reasonable valuations, reduced expectations, and strong sector growth. As part of the sector change, the firm upgraded GrubHub (GRUB) to Buy from Neutral, downgraded Shutterfly (SFLY) to Neutral from Buy, and lowered Priceline (PCLN) to Buy from Conviction Buy.
December 15, 2014
16:52 EDTLOVSpark Networks names Michael Egan as CEO effective January 2, 2015
On December 15, Spark Networks announced that the companyís Board of Directors will appoint Michael S. Egan as CEO, effective January 2, 2015. In conjunction with Eganís appointment, Michael J. McConnell will step down from his position as Interim Executive Chairman on January 2, 2015, but will retain his role as Chairman of the Board. Egan is joining the company from Internet Brands, where he served in a number of capacities since 2008. He has most recently served as Senior Vice President and Group General Manager of the Home, Careers, Money and Health Divisions.
December 8, 2014
06:40 EDTIACIIAC looks to sell majority stake in CollegeHumor, Fortune reports
IAC is looking to sell entertainment website CollegeHumor for around $100M, Fortune reports, citing sources. IAC bought a majority stake in the entertainment website eight years ago for around $20M. Reference Link

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