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DATING

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  1. The logo of US company McDonald's

    Commentary: McDonald’s and the perils of wooing at work

    Companies are tightening their policies on office romances and sexual misconduct finally, says the Financial Times' Brooke Masters.
  2. Photo illustration of dating app Tinder shown on an Apple iPhone

    Tinder breaks into scripted original content, wraps filming first video series: Source

    Popular dating app Tinder has wrapped filming on its first television series, as owner Match Group Inc seeks to dive deeper into creating ...
  3. Problem with Singaporean men

    Dating the Singaporean man: What's the biggest turn-off in your dating profile?

    According to one popular dating app, the word "gaming" puts you in a basket of undesirables. But why is "skiing" an attractive trait in a ...
  4. Want to stalk your partner after a break up? Don’t

    Commentary: Want to stalk your partner after a break up? Don’t

    It’s normal to miss your ex after a break up, but constantly checking up on them will only make you feel worse. Dating coach Marcus Neo shares ...
  5. couple man and woman socialising flirting at a cafe

    The Big Read: Fast love – dating apps help busy Singaporeans find almost instant romance

    Dating apps simply provide a practical and useful channel to connect potential soul mates, many couples who found love through technology say.
  6. Marriage

    Commentary: How do you know if it's time to get married?

    Nobody wants to settle, says psychology professor at Monmouth University Gary W Lewandowski Jr.
  7. dating couple on a dinner date

    Commentary: Your checklist approach to dating is wrong. Here's why

    'Shopping' for a partner with a dream list would only work if people knew themselves, Karen Wu at California State University points out.
  8. couple man and woman socialising flirting at a cafe

    Commentary: Office romances. How appropriate are they?

    What constitutes acceptable offfice behaviour has become more muddled, says the Financial Times' Pilita Clark.
  9. pixel heart,love

    Commentary: How some have life-hacked their way to love

    You can hack your way to find love by applying a data-centric approach but that relationship might not last, says Joseph Reagle from Northeastern ...