eHarmony Shuffles CEO, Again
Pasadena-based online dating site eHarmony has shuffled its CEO, again, as Jaynie Studenmund, the company's CEO since February 1st, resigned. Studenmund is being replaced by Gregory Waldorf. Studenmund will continue to serve on the company's board of directors. Waldorf is the founding investor in eHarmony, and will head up a committee to find a replacement. In a statement released by eHarmony, Studenmund said that some of the factors that make a new CEO successful at eHarmony were not a good fit for her.
posted on Monday, April 3, 2006
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