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Houston, TX (PRWEB) July 30, 2012 This summer Match.com launched a new program they call ‘The Stir,’ local mixers and events that take place in real-time versus the virtual landscape. CouponBuzz.com is hosting several Match.com coupons this month, including up to 20% off a membership to the popular online dating and relationship website. Now is […]
NEW YORK, May 2, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — IAC (Nasdaq: IACI) released first quarter 2012 results today. SUMMARY RESULTS $ in millions (except per share amounts) Q1 2012 Q1 2011 Growth Revenue $ 640.6 $ 460.2 39% Operating Income Before Amortization 91.3 60.0 52% Adjusted Net Income 48.1 35.5 35% Adjusted EPS 0.51 0.37 38% Operating […]
DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – When we talk about finding love, some people say it’s a matter of chemistry. But, it may actually be a matter of math. North Texas mathematicians have come up with complicated equations which are the driving force behind some online dating sites.
Those looking for love won’t find it in the App Store. Apple has removed Match.com‘s iOS app because it allowed the lonely to pay for Match subscriptions with a credit card through an external link rather than using the in-app purchases system. That meant Apple wasn’t getting its 30% cut. In June Apple revised its policy to state that “Apps can read or play approved content that is subscribed to or purchased outside of the app, as long as there is no button or external link in the app to purchase the approved content.” Apple and Match.com are now negotiating how the app must change before their relationship can be rekindled and they can have an earth-shattering makeup revenue split.
BEST OF RENCONTRE – Nov 30 – Match.com and Zhenai.com are collaborating in order to expand in a country, where a site like Jiayuan.com, founded in 2003, totals more than 50 millions members. Match.com now owns 20% of Zhenai’s shares, website that amounts to 30 millions users. It will however be necessary to adapt advertising […]
The U.S. Department of Justice is defending computer hacking laws that make it a crime to use a fake name on Facebook or lie about your weight in an online dating profile at a site like Match.com.
In a statement obtained by CNET that’s scheduled to be delivered tomorrow, the Justice Department argues that it must be able to prosecute violations of Web sites’ often-ignored, always-unintelligible “terms of service” policies.
Match.com Finds That More Singles Want To Find Love Than A New Job This Holiday Season Despite Poor Economy
DALLAS, Nov. 21, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — During the holidays, singles are often left thinking less about caroling and more about whom they will bring to their holiday office party or who will be their New Year’s kiss. Match.com surveyed its members to illuminate singles’ attitudes and opinions on a variety of holiday dating topics. Covering everything from holiday romance do’s-and-don’ts to the dreaded “why are you still single?” question, the results shed insight on singles’ reactions to many of the season’s biggest stressors. Highlights of Match.com’s survey findings include: