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On February 22, CVS Pharmacy announced that they had received an offer to purchase a large stake in Match.com worth over $12 billion. The deal would have given Match.com the opportunity to become the world’s second largest online dating site with over 9.6 million monthly active users. According to a blog post, Tinder purchased CVS for $47.3 billion. This would have allowed Match.com to become the largest online dating site with over 20.4 million monthly active users.
Both companies are private companies and are not obligated to make public the amount they received from the CVS. Match.com will remain a private company but will maintain their current employees in place of having a new C.E.O. that will be the president of the business. They will retain their current structure and management team and the C.E.O. of this company will be Donald E. Trump, the current president of the United States. Match.com C.E.O. Donald Trump will take over the leadership role of this company with the support of the existing C.E.O.’s, CFO and CEO. Donald Trump and his son-in-law Jared Kushner will have the lead role on the company’s leadership team. The current CEO is Mark Anthony. He will be stepping down at the end of the year and President Trump will be taking over. Donald Trump is the current President of the United States and will have the lead role in the company. Match.com will retain its current headquarters located in Redwood City, California.
The two companies came into existence because of the efforts of the co-founder of Match, the late, Don LaFontaine. Don said that he wanted to give people the opportunity to date someone with just a picture of them instead of having to register for a long list of personal information and that