America's most notorious pharma exec spent the day after his securities fraud arrest playing online chess, scrolling through women's dating profiles and chatting with supporters. Clad in a purple PBS T-shirt and a pair of pajama bottoms, Martin Shkreli hosted a marathon live stream via his YouTube channel Friday night, hours after he stepped down as CEO of Turing Pharmaceuticals , the drug company infamous for its pill price gouging. I missed you too," the year-old told his viewers at the beginning of the Friday live stream. Federal prosecutors claim he ran two of his former companies — a biotech firm and a hedge fund —like a Ponzi scheme, looting one to pay off debts from the other. So please don't ask me about businesses or any allegations or anything like that," Shkreli said during Friday livestream. The detested "pharma bro" took phone calls from supporters, one of whom offered to buy him a beer at a Lower East Side bar later that night.
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The strain of chauvinist bro culture running through the tech world may have attained its fullest expression at Tinder, where an ex-executive claims she was called a "slut" and a "whore" and hounded about the details of her sex life, among other indignities alleged in a recent lawsuit. But that kind of behavior, beyond the pale as it may be in the corporate world, isn't that far off from the sort of thing women encounter every day on Tinder and other online dating services, according to Brian Freeman and Andrew White, the cofounders of a new love-finding app called Wyldfire. As its name suggest, Wyldfire owes more than a little of its inspiration to Tinder, which Freeman and White first experienced a year ago when, both fresh out of long-term relationships, they signed up to restart their dating lives. Comparing notes, they each observed that most of the women they encountered there seemed excessively wary.
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According to a new study published last week in the journal Science Advances, users of online dating sites spend most of their time trying to contact people out of their league. After a month of observing, they found most online daters tend to message people exactly 25 percent more desirable than they are. But single people are reasonable, too: They also pursue those who are in their league, desirability-wise, though users rarely date down. The researchers focused on four big metropolitan areas for the study: New York, Boston, Chicago and Seattle. Single men have it best in New York.