Wednesday, July 27, 2016
eHarmony Founder Neil Clark Warren Steps Down From CEO Post
Los Angeles-based eHarmony said on Tuesday that its founder and CEO, Dr. Neil Clark Warren, has stepped down from his role as CEO. According to eHarmony, it has named Grant Langston as its new CEO. Warren remains as Chairman of the board. eHarmony did not say why Warren decided to step down, however, Langston was part of eHarmony's original founding team. eHarmony was founded 16 years ago. eHarmony offers up a personality-test driven matchmaking service, ultimately aimed at marriage; the company says that on average, 438 people marry every day in the U.S. as a result of eHarmony.