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IAC: Harnessing the Power of Interactivity

With more than 50 fast-growing, highly-related Internet brands serving loyal consumers, IAC is an industry leader inspired with a mission to make daily life easier and more productive for people all over the world. For four years running, IAC has been ranked in the Internet Services & Retailing sector of Fortune magazine's annual standing of the world's most admired companies. With more than 216.2 million monthly unique visitors across more than 30 countries, IAC's network of sites would rank as the 8th largest in the world.

IAC was founded on the concept of "interactivity." With our mission driving our every effort, our brands take into account the kind of interactivity that goes on between consumers, their computers and mobile phones. Designed to complement each other, IAC brands transform the way we access and use everyday products, creating new businesses, a better experience for our customers and a solid value for our shareholders.

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As with our parent company IAC, Match.com is no ordinary company—and we know you're far from ordinary. Your interests span many categories and definitions. Moving ahead in your career doesn't just mean moving up. It means being a part of all opportunities that will help you learn and grow, including being exposed to other companies that are part of IAC. As a valued Match.com employee, working closely with IAC’s far-reaching brands, your insight and talent touch the lives of millions.

Did You Know…

  • Match.com is based in Dallas, TX.
  • Match.com offers pet insurance.
  • Match.com now services 24 countries and territories and hosts Web sites in 15 different languages.
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