Did Match Violate IPO “Quiet Period” Rules with Tinder Interview?

Match.com, which is expected to price its IPO tonight, has just filed an updated document with the SEC, saying that it did not condone Tinder CEO’s Sean Rad interview with the London Evening Standard. The controversial interview, in which Rad misused the word “sodomy,” occurred in the weeks leading up to an IPO, when companies are not supposed to promote their stock to the media. Read More

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