When it comes to the wondrous world of internet dating, there seems to be a site to match every personality. With so many options for the LGBT community, why would we bother with a site that showed disdain for us from the start? This pissed off many people, but especially the gays, who were not allowed to use the site.
Online dating site eHarmony launched a version of its match-making service for homosexual couples Tuesday in response to a settlement late last year. The company agreed to launch Compatible Partners after a user had filed a complaint against eHarmony, citing New Jersey's discrimination law. Elizabeth Holmes compares the company's new site with its heterosexual site for The Wall Street Journal.
You are now logged in. Forgot your password? The deal resolves a complaint by a gay man who claimed that eHarmony's failure to accommodate homosexuals violated New Jersey's Law Against Discrimination.
During —12, new memberships, retention rates and time spent on the site decreased. In JulyNeil Clark Warren came out of retirement to become chief executive officer. Warren closed unprofitable international operations, switched advertisers, made changes to the board,  and bought back stock from Sequoia Capital and Technology Crossover Ventures.
If you're interested in eharmonyI'm guessing you're a serial monogamist fish in a pond of swiping app users who just don't take dating seriously. It's always something, isn't it? If you're not catching feelings for people who just want to hook upyou're six months deep having the "What are we?
Online dating service eHarmony has agreed to create a new Web site — "Compatible Partners" — for gay and lesbian users, the New Jersey Office of the Attorney General announced. Frank Vespa-Papaleo said. Neil Clark Warren insaid the settlement was triggered by a Law Against Discrimination complaint filed by McKinley against the online service on March 14,
Warren is the year-old cofounder and current CEO of online dating site eHarmony. The site, which bills itself as a place for finding deep love that leads to marriage, first launched in August Warren, who retired incame out of retirement in to help "turn around" the company.
Interesting eHarmony found a way to update its algorithms just in time for the agreed upon launch date of its gay dating site: today. And will they be promoting it? But the company seems as nervous as the groom at a rehearsal dinner, insisting that the only on-the-record interview be with Chief Executive Greg Waldorf. That interview was canceled when the company learned Warren had spoken with The Times.
Explore the new agenda Read FT. Matthew Garrahan in London. Claas von Delden, the chief executive of ProSiebenSat.
After he was forced to open up his site to gay users, Neil Clark Warren says he had to hire guards to protect his employees from furious conservatives. The year-old conservative Christian cofounder of the dating site eHarmony says same-sex marriage damaged his company, and allowing gay customers to utilize his site made some right-wingers angry and possibly violent. In a profile on Yahoo News, Neil Clark Warren spoke candidly about same-sex marriage and how a judge forced him to open up his website to gay couples in We've made too much of it.