Soon afterward, hackers uncovered data revealing how some of Ashley Madison’s supposed female users were actually automated bots created by the company to offer a more balanced male-female user ratio. Funny enough, when Segal first heard of the data breach, he thought to himself, “Wow, I feel sorry for whomever has to run that company now.” In July 2016, Segal was named CEO of Toronto-based Ruby Corp., the parent company of Ashley Madison, Cougar Life and Established Men.
When a head-hunter offered him the Ruby CEO position, Segal remembers thinking: “If I can pull it off – to bring back this company – that would be an incredible feat.” Segal replaced outgoing CEO Neal Biderman, and admits it was no easy decision to take the helm of Ruby.
“Great marketing is all about great storytelling, and Ruby has a story to tell much like any other brand does,” he said.
Of his years at Western, Segal says he credits his English courses and degree for “helping me form coherent arguments, and living on campus and away from home for the first time really opened my eyes to new experiences.” And now Segal is throwing himself into an experience many executives wouldn’t find enviable at first blush: turning around a company that endured a scandal reported across the world.
However, as no countries export weapons to Japan, Japan's defense technology has become too weak and, eventually, Japan had to buy new equipment from America.
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His many clients included Sony, Ford, and Unilever, and boasted 130 employees at its peak.
Before Ruby came knocking, Segal was CEO of World Gaming, an online video gaming platform that hosts head-to-head matches and tournaments and for console and PC gamers.
The actual sites’ intention didn’t appeal to him, as Ashley Madison is known for polyamory and kinky hook-ups.
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As untoward as some may find the site, someone signs onto Ashley Madison every five seconds, and 39 million people in 53 countries have joined the site since it was launched in 2002.
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