(NEW YORK) — Increases in the rates of three major sexually transmitted diseases in Rhode Island have led local health officials to warn that high-risk behaviors could be to blame, including the use of social…
Saving money is a skill that you can apply in several areas of your life, but when it comes to dating and relationships, you could be sabotaging your date with your frugal ways. It’s impressive…
Ah, love at first board meeting. Or was it the open bar at the holiday office party that lured you to each other? Or those long nights working on the Penske file when Cupid’s arrow…
WASHINGTON — How do take your coffee? With cream, sugar or a side of soul mate? With Valentine’s Day around the corner, Starbucks is teaming up with Match.com to throw the “world’s largest Starbucks date” at…
People are marrying later in life — if they marry at all. And part of the reason, according to a recent Pew Research Center study, is that men and women want different things.
Want to be the life of the party? Wear red.
Profiles of Mensa members will be marked with a Mensa badge on Match.com.
A new service from the cupids at Match.com will help broken-hearted singles find romance with a little help from science.
Ever wonder why your online dating site isn\’t getting you dates? You might be using the wrong keywords.
After four years and roughly 50 dates, Jill Holbrook knows how to recognize a good catch.
District-based startup Hinge announced on Monday a $4 million Series A funding that will fuel further development of its dating app and allow it expand to new markets.
A new bribe-for-a-date app called Carrot Dating allows those looking for love to peddle everything from flower bouquets to a tank of gas in exchange for a real, live date.
That depends on whom you ask. NBCNews.com posted a survey asking 17,000 heterosexual men and women ages 18-65 several questions on dating and money.
Sometimes love isn\’t in the air. It\’s on the ground, just a few steps from the gate.
Kids these days don\’t date, they hook up. And that fact is what propelled Boston College Adjunct Professor Kerry Cronin to YouTube fame.