Tinder CEO demoted, but app popularity grows

The social media dating app recently swiped left on Sean Rad, who will continue to stay with the company in a different lead role. 

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While the ultra-superficial dating app Tinder has only grown in popularity, its leadership has been swiped to the left, so to speak.

First, a sexual harassment lawsuit from co-founder Whitney Wolfe led to the resignation of CMO Justin Mateen. Now, the company’s founder and CEO Sean Rad has been demoted.

IAC, the Barry Diller-owned media conglomerate that owns Tinder, made the move last month after announcing that it will offer a premium paid service on the app.

From Mashable:

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