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Dating apps see surge in users amid pandemic | Money Talks

As couples around the world celebrate Valentine's Day this weekend, singles are crossing fingers that they'll find love. According to a recent survey conducted by dating app Plenty of Fish, 57- percent of singles are hopeful they'll find "the One" this year. Despite limitations to in-person interactions, the COVID-19 pandemic has sparked a surge in user engagement on dating apps, which have adapted to the changing circumstances. Albert Han takes a closer look at the business of love during the pandemic, and the outlook for the dating app industry. #ValentinesDay #DatingApps #Pandemic

Picture This: Brussels Attacks Anniversary

Picture This: Brussels Attacks Anniversary

The Newsmakers: America's Anti-Terror Strategy

The Newsmakers: America's Anti-Terror Strategy

The Newsmakers: America's Anti-Terror Strategy and Australia Redefining Racism

The Newsmakers: America's Anti-Terror Strategy and Australia Redefining Racism

Showcase: 'I Am Not Madame Bovary'

Showcase: 'I Am Not Madame Bovary'

Kenyan court bars avocado farm from operating in game park | Money Talks

Kenyan court bars avocado farm from operating in game park | Money Talks

Billionaires Bill and Melinda Gates divorce after 27 years | Money Talks

Billionaires Bill and Melinda Gates divorce after 27 years | Money Talks

Aramco's Q1 net profit up 30% to $21.7B on higher oil prices | Money Talks

Aramco's Q1 net profit up 30% to $21.7B on higher oil prices | Money Talks

SpaceX's four-member crew lands safely in Gulf of Mexico | Money Talks

SpaceX's four-member crew lands safely in Gulf of Mexico | Money Talks

South Africa to ban lion hunting, breeding in captivity | Money Talks

South Africa to ban lion hunting, breeding in captivity | Money Talks

Hong Kong's economy grows for first time since pandemic began | Money Talks

Hong Kong's economy grows for first time since pandemic began | Money Talks

Drug distributors go on trial in West Virginia over crisis | Money Talks

Drug distributors go on trial in West Virginia over crisis | Money Talks

Epic Games takes Apple to court over fees, market abuse | Money Talks

Epic Games takes Apple to court over fees, market abuse | Money Talks

US tech firms report surge in profits as economy recovers | Money Talks

US tech firms report surge in profits as economy recovers | Money Talks

Protests against proposed tax reforms erupt across Colombia | Money Talks

Protests against proposed tax reforms erupt across Colombia | Money Talks

Hong Kong trade expo taps into pandemic consumer trends | Money Tallks

Hong Kong trade expo taps into pandemic consumer trends | Money Tallks

Oxfam: Women lost more than $800B in wages last year | Money Talks

Oxfam: Women lost more than $800B in wages last year | Money Talks

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