There are hundreds of sites, from the major players like Match. Roughly one in 10 Americans visit an online dating website each month seeking a fresh romantic start. NBC News and Today Show Correspondent Amy Robach reveals how online daters are using cutting-edge technology in search of love and how digital entrepreneurs are getting rich helping them do it.
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Bill and Melinda Gates always maintain a 'united front,' both in business and at home with the family. Bill and Melinda Gates are arguably one of the most fascinating — and influential — power couples on the planet, but they're also surprisingly candid. They recently spoke about how they make their marriage work while also juggling the running of their multi-billion dollar foundation and raising three kids.
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One of the most iconic and long-lasting couples in Hollywood is Goldie Hawn73, and Kurt Russell The famous on-screen duo has been together for over 35 years. Though the two have vowed not to marry, their commitment to each other seems like it's never been stronger.
Considering the fact that the amount of time Americans spend at their workplaces is only getting longer, and less and less of us are taking advantage of our paid time offthe bonds we build at work are quite strong — and beneficial, new research says. While some of these relationships they found have been brief, 16 percent actually met their spouses while on the job. Those coupled up were even less fearful of job insecurity than singles in the office.