Tinder, the red-hot dating app, has seen some 10 billion matches between men and women looking for love. CEO Sean Rad explains on #talkingtech.
By Sean Fujiwara

LOS ANGELES – USA TODAY sat down with Tinder CEO Sean Rad recently for an extended interview about life in the love lane.

The red-hot dating app has seen over 10 billion matches for men and women who have swiped right to express their interest. Here are excerpts from the 30 minute interview, plus the complete audio as well.

Sean Rad is back as CEO of the red-hot dating app Tinder, after being in, then out of the job, in less than a year. He tells how he feels about being back at the helm to USA TODAY’s Jefferson Graham on #talkingtech.
By Sean Fujiwara

Tinder CEO Sean Rad offers tips on creating the best dating profile for the red-hot dating app.
By Sean Fujiwara

Tinder CEO Sean Rad offers the origin of the red-hot dating app to USA TODAY’s Jefferson Graham.
By Sean Fujiwara

Jefferson Graham visits the campus of University of California, Santa Barbara and talks to students about life and love in the Tinder age.

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