OkCupid

OkCupid

OkCupid is a dating service founded in 2004 by Christian Rudder, Maxwell Krohn, Chris Coyne and Sam Yagan.

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Timeline

January 17, 2007

OkCupid raises a $6,000,000 series A round.

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6,000,000
January 17, 2007
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People

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Role
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Andrew Fiorillo

Employee

Ann Ubois

Employee

Ashton Galloway Taylor

Employee

Aston Motes

Employee

Ben Lin

Investor

Brian Ephraim

Employee

Chris Coyne

Founder

Christian Rudder

Founder

Christopher Buecheler

Employee

Craig Tullin

Employee

Eli Gwynn

Employee

Erik Steigler

Employee

Jessica Lee

Employee

Laura Sapp

Employee

Mac Harman

Investor

Maxwell Krohn

Founder

Mike Maxim

Employee

Millie Sensat

Employee

Morley Zhi

Employee

Rob Van Wyen

Employee

Sam Yagan

Founder

Sean Patrick Henry

Employee

Sidney San Martín

Employee

Tom Quisel

Employee

victoria lo

Employee

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ANI
July 9, 2020
@bsindia
Snapchat, Tinder, OkCupid, UC Browserare among apps that should be removed, says the force.
March 18, 2020
WebWire
The precious moments of life may differ from one person to another, depending on what feeds their will to continue living. A father may be willing to prolong life for the sake of providing for his family, a grandmother may miss her daily medicine just so she could go to the hospital and hear the first cries of her grandchild, a teenager may find the love of his life and woe her like his life depended on it, or an adult may succumb to the wonders of success and the glorifying satisfaction i...
Emma Grey Ellis
March 12, 2020
Wired
Sharing meals, hand-holding, and kissing can spread the coronavirus. That hasn't stopped anyone from checking their dating apps.
Susanna Myrtle Lazarus
February 7, 2020
The Hindu
With Valentine's Day barely a week away, it is one of the busiest times for online dating apps -- so what makes you swipe right?
Arielle Pardes
February 6, 2020
Wired
A new survey backs assumptions with data: Like IRL romance, finding a match on the web is a mixed bag. And yes, women get lots of unwanted dick pics.
Sky
January 14, 2020
Sky News
The UK privacy watchdog says "things can't continue as they have been" following a report revealing dating apps sharing user info.
January 14, 2020
www.nytimes.com
Norwegian research raises questions about whether certain ways of sharing of information violate data privacy laws in Europe and the United States.
By Stacy Liberatore For Dailymail.com
December 23, 2019
Mail Online
App researchers found Plenty of Fish was leaking users' names and zip codes they set to private on their profiles. The data allowed hackers to pinpoint member's exact location.
Sean Gallagher
December 6, 2019
Ars Technica
Romance, drug, and blockchain scammers drawn to crypto-chat like flies to...
Alex Hern
October 20, 2019
the Guardian
Elie Seidman ... 'People filter on sexual orientation, not surprisingly.' Composite: Tinder/Alamy/Guardian Design
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