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Bumble is looking to send someone on an all-expenses-paid trip around the world to go on dates for research
Bumble's "Global Connector Bee" will spend up to a year visiting places like Australia, Canada, the UK, and US, according to a company press release.
Millennials have less money than any other generation did at their age — but you’d never guess it from the way they’re flaunting the...
Millennials are showing off their wealth and status on dating apps like Tinder, Bumble, and Hinge — but it's not all it appears to be.
Match’s new service, a one-on-one phone call with an expert dating coach, is a hit with millennial men
Match CEO told Business Insider that men were three times as likely as women to opt into the service during beta testing.
Tinder has banned George Zimmerman from its dating app, saying it takes user safety ‘very seriously’
A spokesperson for Tinder said on Sunday that George Zimmerman’s profile had been deleted from the dating app.
I’m 25, and I talked to 3 single women in their 50s about what it’s like to use dating apps like Tinder and Bumble. Their experiences surp...
Single women over 50 are finding themselves frustrated with dating apps, saying the dates they are going on don't align with their expectations.
Cannon Harrison, a game warden in McIntosh County for the Oklahoma's Department of Wildlife Conservation, shared his story on Facebook.
IGNITION 2018: Hear from Match CEO Mandy Ginsberg on the $12 billion online dating market that she’s tasked with defending from Facebook and Bum...
Hear from Match CEO Mandy Ginsberg at IGNITION as she discusses critical threats and opportunities in the immense online dating market.
Tinder is slowly rolling out a Bumble-like feature where women have to make the first move before men can message them
The feature, which may soon be available in the U.S. for Tinder users, is designed to give women more power and control in the conversations they have with their heterosexual matches.
On Tuesday, Tinder released a list of the most "swiped-right" jobs in the US, indicating which careers people look for in a match.
The rise of Sean Rad, who served as Tinder CEO twice and is now taking on Match Group and IAC in a $2 billion lawsuit
When Tinder launched in 2012, it was an overnight success. But the company has also had its ups and downs, and the founders are now suing parent companies IAC and Match Group. Here's how founder and former CEO Sean Rad got his start and helped grow Tinder into a $3 billion company.