Investors are swiping left on Bumble’s new chief. She shouldn’t take it too personally.
The owner of the female-driven online dating app of the same name saw its share price slide about 5% on Monday morning after the company said that founder Whitney Wolfe Herd is stepping down from the chief-executive officer role. She will remain as executive chair, while Lidiane Jones will take over as CEO on Jan 2. She currently heads up Slack Technologies, where she became CEO almost a year ago under the ownership of Salesforce.
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