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Tinder resolves sexual harassment lawsuit; marketing chief resigns
Tinder resolves sexual harassment lawsuit; marketing chief resigns

The dating app start-up Tinder has resolved a sexual harassment lawsuit lodged by one of its early employees without admitting wrongdoing, and one of the executives targeted by the lawsuit has left the company. Whitney Wolfe, who describes herself as Tinder co-founder, had alleged in a lawsuit filed in June that two male superiors at the West Hollywood start-up pressured her to resign and directed threatening and disparaging comments at her. Among others, the suit targeted Sean Rad, the chief executive, and Justin Mateen, the chief marketing officer. Wolfe sought damages, including lost wages and stock options. Mateen resigned from Tinder in the wake of the lawsuit, a source unauthorized...

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