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By Nicolas Vega. Whether from resignations, firings or retirements, the blood is flowing as companies from all industries experience a changing of the guard. Ford on Tuesday announced that chief executive Jim Hackett would be retiring after three years at the helm of the automaker. Hackett, 65, took over at the year-old company in May of and quickly pulled the company out of the sedan business in favor of SUVs and trucks.
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Subscriber Account active since. Match Group, which started as one lonely Stanford Business School graduate's attempt to build a less embarrassing way to find love online in the '90s, has turned into a titan that owns nearly every US dating site. Bumble, however, is conspicuously absent from Match's portfolio. Ahead of Bumble's entrance into Nasdaq, here's the decades-long history into how Match Group became the owner of practically every online dating space in the country.
By Dailymail. A woman with alopecia who underwent a preventative double mastectomy is proudly sharing images of her bald head and surgery scars to remind people that there is 'no right way to look' and that all 'bodies are beautiful and unique'. Photographer and content creator Marisa Kimmel, 27, from Bay City, Michigan , was diagnosed with alopecia at nine years old when she noticed small bald patches on her head that would come and go. Almost two decades later, the mother-of-one discovered that she had the BRCA1 gene mutation, which increased her risk of breast cancer by 80 per cent - and she decided to undergo a double mastectomy, a decision that she is now sharing with the world in order to raise awareness, and redefine society's standards of beauty.