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The news freaked out investors in dating juggernaut Match Group, which owns Tinder, OKCupid, and dozens of other dating apps and sites.On the latest episode of Recode Decode, Match Group CEO Mandy Ginsberg explained why she’s not worried about the impact of Facebook on her business.
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Over a decade ago, Wilmer Valderrama told Howard Stern that he took Mandy Moore‘s virginity. “I love him and I still love him and he’s a very good friend, and that’s why I was so shocked by it.
Now, she’s setting the record straight in her own interview with the radio star. He did not,” Mandy said on Sirius XM’s on Wednesday (June 6). Because not only was it a fib, but it was so unlike him — it was so uncharacteristic.” Mandy said she met Wilmer at a photo shoot when she was 15 and she had “never French-kissed a boy” at the time.
So it was clear that they wanted to separate their dating world from their Facebook world.” You can listen to Recode Decode on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Pocket Casts, Overcast or wherever you listen to podcasts.
On the new podcast, Ginsberg also talked about Match Group’s contentious public relationship with Bumble and its CEO Whitney Wolfe; after Match sued Bumble over allegedly infringing on its patent for swiping and unlocking communication, Wolfe responded with a full-page ad in the New York Times decrying “attempted scare tactics” and “your multiple attempts to buy us, copy us, and, now, to intimidate us.” “It bothered me only because when people know me and meet me and especially have worked with me, they know that I have integrity, and certainly the last thing in the world you’d ever call me is a bully, for sure,” Ginsberg said of the NYT ad.