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Read about her plans to give women greater access to love and career opportunity in our digital cover story on Fast now.[Photo: @ninebagatelles] A post shared by Fast Company (@fastcompany) on After her painful split from Tinder, the last thing Wolfe wanted to do was start another tech company.Shain Gandee of MTV's "Buckwild" was found dead in April 2013 in Kanawha County, West Virginia, authorities said.The body of Gandee, 21, was discovered in a vehicle along with the bodies of his uncle, David Dwight Gandee, 48, and Donald Robert Myers, 27.
Texts in which Mateen repeatedly bashed Wolfe’s romantic life and threatened her future at the company citing their strained relationship were presented as evidence; the case was settled out of court.In "The Real World: San Francisco," cast member Pedro Zamora shared his struggle with HIV/AIDS. After Zamora, 22, died in November 1994, President Bill Clinton said the Cuban-born reality star "changed the face of HIV and AIDS in America forever.""Tony was always there for the Harris Family," he said in a statement provided by the show's publicist. Whitney Wolfe, Bumble’s 28-year-old founder and CEO, understands how it feels to be on the receiving end of such messages.Flanked by a handful of the 30 employees (mostly women) who work out of the company’s Austin office, she explains that she founded Bumble in 2014 “in response to our dating issues, our issues with men, our issues with gender dynamics.” At the time, Wolfe had been reeling from her dramatic exit from the dating app Tinder, where she served as VP of marketing.