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Tinder co-founders sue app's owners

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Tinder's co-founders and eight other current and former executives filed suit against the app's owners.

The plaintiffs are seeking at least $2 billion in damages from IAC/InterActiveCorp and its subsidiary Match Group, the company that owns Tinder and dating sites such as OkCupid and Match.com.

In the suit, the executives allege IAC stifled the value of stock options.

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