eHarmony is the popular online dating service that's well known for claims of being much more "scientific" in how they match up people. They expect potential subscribers to go through a long profile questionnaire, and even claim to hold a patent on matching people who are likely to have a successful relationship (no, seriously). However, it would appear that the system doesn't work so well when it comes to matching CEOs to their own company. SiliconBeat is reporting that the company is on its third CEO since the beginning of the year (which wasn't that long ago...). The last CEO, who was appointed in January turned out to be "not a good fit," according to the new CEO (who is only temporary, while they look for a permanent one -- meaning they'll likely have a fourth CEO within a year). Well, at least we know one area that eHarmony probably shouldn't expand its business into...
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