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Article "Lucky In Love: How Media Giant IAC Won Online Daters' Hearts"

|Includes:IAC/InterActiveCorp (IAC)

I dot not agree at all with that article. They acquire because they can not innovate in the Online Dating Industry.

I agree with "Match May Not Light IAC's Fire"

Alexa and Compete, show IAC's online dating sites reached operating ceiling!

"How Tinder will collapse"
Facebook allows minors to use it (people from 13 to 17 years old) but Online Dating is NOT for minors.

OkCupid Lied To Users About Their Love Matches, Calling It An "experiment"

Tinder Accuser ... Allegedly Caught In USD10 Million Extortion Plot ?

IAC (Nasdaq IACI) To Acquire HowAboutWe ?

C-Level executives are more worried about their golf scores than their company's long term strategy and innovations.
C-level executives are cooking barbecues under the water (selling smoke) and not paying attention to latest research from Academics which could be beneficial for the Online Dating Industry.
Wasting precious time with Matchmakers which should be obsolete.
The Online Dating Industry needs to kill the Matchmaking Industry, like computers killed typewriters.
Worldwide there are less than 7 million paid members (adding up all the ones at eHarmony/EliteSingles/eDarling, Match, Chemistry, Meetic, MeeticAffinity, OkCupid, PeopleMedia's Communities, PlentyOfFish, Parship/eCift, and others).

The Online Dating Industry needs Innovations, but the innovations the Online Dating Industry needs will come from only one source: the latest discoveries in theories of romantic relationships development with commitment.

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Stocks: IAC