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Tinder's first female CEO steps down after less than a year

Tinder’s first female CEO resigns after less than a year as part of company-wide shake-up

Renate Nyborg was named CEO of Tinder . last September

Tinder’s first female CEO has left after less than a year. Renate Nyborg, who was hired last September, is stepping aside from the dating app amid a stir from parent Match Group.

Match boss Bernard Kim will serve as interim director until a replacement is found, as Tinder said it would take a “step back” from embedding new technology — such as virtual currencies and metaverse-based dating — into its operations.

Match said it expects sales to range from £652m to £660m in the three months to the end of September – results that fell short of expectations.

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