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Match Group, the IAC-owned and -controlled parent company of some of the world's biggest dating apps and websites, filed to go public Friday.

The company plans to list its shares on the NASDAQ under the ticker symbol "MTCH." Match generated 2014 revenue of 8.3 million, up about 11% year-on-year, with "substantially all" of its dating-services revenue coming from user membership fees.

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It may never launch, but we're guessing that if it does, it'll go live sooner than later to capitalize on The Donald's popularity ahead of the Republican National Convention in July.