Age in 2017: 75
Address: Lives and/or works in
New York, NY.
Stocks to watch when Barry Diller is in the news:
Graham Holdings Co. (GHC ),
Expedia, Inc. (EXPE),
Coca-Cola Company (KO)
Wealth class: Billionaire
Areas of interest:
Politics: Diller is a contributor to Democratic committees and campaigns.
Personal social network: Much of Diller's Muckety comes from media connections. His power base is his role as chairman of IAC/InterActiveCorp.
He is listed in the Muckety 400.
As an officer, director and/or owner of publicly traded securities, Diller has filed documents with the Securities and Exchange Commission. >> See filings
Barry Diller personal relations:
Alexander von Furstenberg - stepson
Diane von Furstenberg - spouse
Other current Barry Diller relationships:
Coca-Cola Company - director
Council on Foreign Relations - member
Diller Foundation - president
Diller-von Furstenberg Family Foundation - president
Expedia, Inc. - chairman
Friends of the High Line - benefactor
Giving Pledge - participant
Graham Holdings Co. - director
IAC/InterActiveCorp - chairman
Most Influential New Yorkers - listed
Peter G. Peterson Foundation - advisory board member
Barry Diller past relationships:
Conservation International - director
FWD.us - contributor
Live Nation Entertainment, Inc. - chairman
Motion Picture & Television Fund - director
New York Public Library - honorary trustee
New York University - trustee
Paramount Pictures Corporation - chairman & CEO
QVC, Inc. - chairman & CEO
Andrew Ross Sorkin - attended 2009 book party (Too Big to Fail)
Danny Thomas (deceased) - neighbor
TripAdvisor - chairman
Washington Post Co. - director
Lew Wasserman (deceased) - eulogist
WNET - trustee
Philanthropy: Diller and his wife, Diane von Furstenberg, gave $35 million toward construction of the High Line, on the west side of Manhattan.
Additional Muckety map information sources:
New York magazine;
New York Times;
Securities and Exchange Commission
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Barry Diller campaign contributions:
Listed below are major federal donations reported to the FEC.
Cory Booker for Senate - $5,200 on 7/26/2013
Nebraska Senate Victory Fund - $5,000 on 9/20/2012
Actblue - $5,000 on 9/10/2012
Obama Victory Fund 2012 - $40,000 on 5/21/2012
Actblue - $5,000 on 4/3/2012
Actblue - $5,000 on 12/2/2011
Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee - $10,400 on 10/30/2009
Franken Recount Fund - $5,000 on 3/17/2009
Democratic White House Victory Fund - $28,500 on 6/26/2008
John McCain 2008 - $4,600 on 8/3/2007
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee - $28,500 on 3/30/2007
Obama for America - $4,600 on 3/21/2007
Muckety news stories featuring Barry Diller
If Hollywood were a swing state, President Obama would have the election sewn up.
October 31, 2012
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January 11, 2013