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Tinder’s Sean Rad Demoted From CEO, Will Serve As President Of Board

Tinder’s parent company just swiped left on Sean Rad, who will step down as the company’s CEO, according to a report from Forbes. He is to remain with the company and serve as the president of the board. But he’s not out yet. Tinder and IAC will soon start looking for a replacement CEO for the growing startup. Rad said in the article that the company is looking for a… Read More
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