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SAN FRANCISCO -- Queue the disco ball and Barry White: Facebook is becoming an online love connection -- or maybe a meat market.Facebook beta Graph Search, in slow beta release, brings searches for singles SAN FRANCISCO — Cue the disco ball and Barry White soundtrack: Facebook is becoming an online love connection — or maybe a meat market.Facebook's new Graph Search, in limited beta release, extends searches for singles on the network to friends of friends.The new feature, primarily for finding what friends "Like" from music to food and more, is expected to be available more widely over the next few months.During the same period, the number of users who said they would only be in a monogamous relationship fell from 56% to 44%." We saw a need coming from current users in non-monogamous relationships and we identified that there was a trend towards more openness, and even curiosity, regarding non-monogamous and open relationships," Jimena Almendares, OKCupid's chief product officer, said in an email explaining the new offering.
And can a publicly traded company simply abandon its entire business proposition without repercussions?Shareholders’ best hopes will be that a well-funded investment vehicle is waiting to get a place on the junior stock market AIM without going through the hassle of an IPO.Alternatively, Cupid’s founder, Bill Dobbie, who is also the biggest shareholder, could use the £18m sitting in the company’s bank account to set forth on his next entrepreneurial digital adventure.“We were already comfortable and had a good base and foundation to build from.Just like any other thing, when you meet in person, it’s a different vibe and different everything,” said Karrie, now 39, and living in Toledo with her husband, Mr. They celebrated their eighth wedding anniversary last week and have two children.