'Bumble' CEO becomes youngest female billionaire
'Bumble' CEO becomes youngest female billionaire

Whitney Wolfe Herd, CEO, and co-founder of online dating app 'Bumble', became the youngest female billionaire. After her company Bumble went public in the US, her name holds the record for becoming the youngest female billionaire. Bumble Second is the largest online dating company. Wolfe Herd has about a 12 percent stake in the company. 31-year-old Whitney Wolfe Herd accumulated $ 1.5 billion in net worth by the end of the day. Bumble shares rose from an initial price of $ 43 per share to an IPO rate of $ 76 per share.

Wolfe Herd tweeted that Bumble has become a public company today. This became possible because 1.7 billion brave women took the first move on our app who opened the way for us in the business world. Thanks to everyone for making today's day possible. It is worth mentioning that Wolfe Herd founded Bumble in 2014 after leaving Tinder, the world's most famous dating app. On Tinder, she had filed cases regarding sexual harassment. In her charge, she surrounded her old boss and her boyfriend Justin Metten.

She reports that she was threatened with being removed from Tinder's co-founder. Tinder later denied these flaws and the case was resolved. Wolfe Herd then worked with the London-based Russian billionaire André Andreev who was creating dating apps for the European and Latin American markets to create Bumble.

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