Dallas-based Match Group reported second-quarter revenue of 1 million and earnings per share of 17 cents, beating analysts’ forecasts of 7 million and 16 cents, respectively.
Still, the company — which Barry Diller spun off from his IAC/Inter Active Corp in an initial public offering last fall — said its “revenue ramp has been slower than originally predicted” and will fall “below prior expectations for the year.” Match shares — which took a beating in February after a disappointing quarterly report, then got a boost in April on better-than-expected results — slid as much as 8.5 percent on the latest news before closing at .68, off 96 cents, or 5.8 percent.
“Many single people prefer them to Tinder, despite Tinder’s brand equity,” Ross added.It is an integral part of his background and personal story, one which resonates with the millions of Americans who share a similar background, and that gives hope to those struggling to climb the economic ladder.” The Ted Cruz campaign needs to stay on message above all at a time when his only opponent is close to pocketing the nomination outright with an unassailable delegates lead.While Cruz gained the unenviable distinction of being described as “Lucifer in the flesh” by the former House Speaker John Boehner, he has tried to differentiate himself with the rather unusual decision to name a running mate in a hypothetical general election campaign.The primary season is about candidate Cruz accusing Trump of not being conservative enough, as Cruz repeated in this week’s CBS interview. “As she has in numerous speeches over and over, Heidi was referring to Ted as being the son of an immigrant,” a spokeswoman said.Ted Cruz was born in Canada and Heidi probably meant that Ted was the son of an immigrant father. “That is a story she shares repeatedly on the campaign trail.