VARIETY - July 28 - Jim Lanzone, former head of CBS Interactive, has been appointed Tinder's new CEO. Lanzone takes over the role from Elie Seidman, who is stepping down. Lanzone starts at Tinder on Aug. 3, reporting to Match Group CEO Shar Dubey. Lanzone had spent nine years at CBS, most recently president and CEO of CBS Interactive. He exited CBS last fall to join venture-capital firm Benchmark Capital as executive-in-residence. Earlier in his career, Lanzone was CEO of Ask.com, which he joined in 2001 after its acquisition of eTour.com, where he was co-founder and president.