BARRON'S NEXT - Oct 5 - About a month ago, Tinder finally gave users a chance to pre-sort their potential matches. With Tinder Gold, users only see people who've already liked them. That little paid feature has lit a fire under parent company Match Group's stock. Shares of Match have soared 31% since the Gold launch, and Match's shares are up 9% this week alone, as Tinder continues to place highly in the App Store's rankings of top-grossing apps.
by Emily Bary
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