Bumble Stock Falls as CEO Whitney Wolfe Herd Steps Down

  • Bumble CEO Whitney Wolfe Herd is leaving the role after nearly 10 years.
  • Lidiane Jones, currently CEO of Slack Technologies, will take over as Bumble’s CEO.
  • Bumble stock fell over 6% in premarket trading on Monday.
  • Bumble reported five cents per share in profit for the second quarter, slightly beating expectations.
  • Bumble reports its third-quarter earnings on Tuesday after the market closes.