It added: “All options available to the company were considered, including further cost reductions and the disposal of certain subsidiaries or assets to aid streamlining…
the best course for shareholders is to seek a buyer for the traditional dating assets.” The listed firm will still exist as a shell company called Castle Street Investments, named after the Edinburgh street where the company is based, and will have around £18 million to use.
Just like the Christian Grey of Cambridge, he echoes “My desires are unconventional”, as he insists that you write in Comic Sans.
Online dating firm Cupid came crashing down to earth today as the company sold off its final dating businesses for just £3 million.
It ends all involvement in online matchmaking for the company as the shares plunged 32.3% to 17.3p.
No, no, definitely Kind Regards, that shows him you're kind, and have regards!
[obvi] By the way, your degree is called the ‘TRIpos’!!