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Tinder revolutionized how people date when it launched in 2012. It pioneered the swiping interface and made "swipe right" a colloquial term. Since it's founding, the company's been marred in controversy, however. In 2015, former VP of marketing Whitney Wolfe Herd sued over claims of rampant sexism and sexual harassment. In 2018, it faced another lawsuit from 10 current and former employees who alleged that Match Group / IAC purposely devalued the company's stock in an effort to avoid paying out billions to the startup team. Still, Tinder continues to push Match's stock price higher and is essential to the company's growth.

Tinder steps back from metaverse dating plans as business falters

Match Group is bringing Tinder’s free background checks to more dating apps

Tinder users can now run in-app background checks

Tinder’s new Blind Date feature wants you to judge matches based on personality

Match Group will pay Tinder’s co-founders $441 million over valuation lawsuit

Tinder and Lyft partner so you can send your match a ride for an IRL date

What Twitter should copy from Tinder

Tinder will make its ID Verification option available to all users

Tinder wants you to actually talk to people before you match

Tinder will start letting you block people by their phone number

Tinder will ask daters to think before they send potentially offensive messages

Tinder will now quiz you on your vibes

Tinder will soon let you gift a Lyft ride to your date

Tinder will soon let you run a background check on a potential date

Virtual dating is booming, but daters say it’s not enough

This is Tinder’s new video chat feature, Face to Face

Epic Games and Match Group join Spotify in protesting Apple’s App Store fees

Tinder CEO Elie Seidman on finding love during the pandemic

How the app is adapting to no in-person dates

Tinder says it’ll allow people to get rid of their geography filters completely

Tinder starts testing live in-app trivia

Tinder will launch in-app video chats later this year

Tinder is letting everyone swipe around the world for free to find quarantine buddies

Tinder swipes right on ‘Swipe Night’ by renewing it for a second season

Tinder made $1.2 billion last year off people who can’t stop swiping

Tinder will give you a verified blue check mark if you pass its catfishing test

Swiping meant dating this decade, and it’s time for a change

Caring about climate change is trendy on Tinder

Would background checks make dating apps safer?

Former Tinder execs call ex-CEO’s defamation suit a ‘public smear campaign’

Ex-Tinder CEO files lawsuit saying sexual assault allegations against him are defamation

Tinder’s Choose Your Own Adventure-style series will pair matches based on their choices

Tinder is reportedly making an apocalyptic Choose Your Own Adventure-style series