Can Classmates come back? CEO says 'major progress being made'

Can Classmates come back? CEO says 'major progress being made'

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New Founded in 1995 by a former Boeing employee, Classmates.com was one of the original social networks. The Seattle company, which was sold to United Online in 2004 and continues to maintain a presence along Elliott Avenue, was later decimated by Facebook (which now boasts more than one billion active monthly...
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