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Tinder's next step: Shedding the 'hook up' label

The founders of Tinder told CNBC about the app's ambitious growth and plans for expansion, and how it wants to break out of the 'hook up' mold.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Emily Caruthers
UPDATE 1-Expedia sells eLong stake to Ctrip, others for $671 mln

May 22- Expedia Inc said it sold its entire stake in online travel company eLong Inc to rival Ctrip.com International Ltd and others for about $671 million, after struggling with mounting losses at the Chinese company. Shares of Expedia and Ctrip touched record highs in early trading on Friday. Ctrip's stock gained 13 percent to $81.20, while Expedia's rose 9...
Source: Reuters | By: Ankit Ajmera
Spotify to start offering videos, podcasts

May 20- Spotify, which provides free on-demand music or ad-free tunes for paying customers, said it will now also provide video content and podcasts. The video offering will include content from Vice Media and Viacom Inc's Comedy Central, the Stockholm- based company said in a press conference. The move will position the company to compete with Google Inc's...
Source: Reuters
Investing in dating sites  

More than 41 million people visited an online dating service in March of this year. CNBC's Josh Lipton discusses whether investing in online dating stocks like IAC/InterActive Corp and Spark is a good idea.
Source: CNBC.com
Why a dating site ditched its IPO

Dating sites may pique the interest of some investors, but the $2.4B online dating market is fiercely competitive.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Josh Lipton
10 gutsy startups creating controversial headlines

In the past year, Silicon Valley's hottest start-ups have turned the market on its head. Here's how 10 CNBC Disruptors made a difference.
Source: CNBC.com | By: David Spiegel
The value of Tinder  

Angelo Martorell won the annual Sohn Investment Conference's "Investment Idea Contest," and discusses the value in Tinder.
Source: CNBC.com
Navigating Web dating's rough shoals: eHarmony CEO

Online daters, beware. The founder and CEO of the eHarmony online dating site warns that, over time, "opposites attract, and then they attack."
Source: CNBC.com | By: Trent Gillies
'Let's not get crazy' about Tinder: Diller

InterActive Corp. is actively trying to damp down "crazy speculation" around its popular dating service Tinder, Barry Diller tells CNBC.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Tom DiChristopher
Invest literally where there is a good idea: Diller  

Barry Diller, InterActive Corp. and Expedia Chairman, addresses the digital world of online dating services and reveals the new idea for Tinder, and IAC's portfolio and investment and business strategies. The best thing is when companies are able to compete with themselves, says Diller.
Source: CNBC.com