Snap Inc (SNAP) USD0.00001 A
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6 August 2019 14:57
(Sharecast News) - Snap announced on Tuesday that it plans on raising $1.0bn through a private debt sale to pay for operating and capital costs, sending its stock down by 2% in early trading.
14 November 2018 10:50
(Sharecast News) - US government agencies have launched an investigation into complaints that Snap attempted to cover up the potential threat to growth prospects of its Snapchat platform ahead of its initial...
10 October 2018 14:39
(Sharecast News) - Snapchat announced on Wednesday that it would be releasing a dozen original series on its mobile app in order to maintain an edge over competitors Facebook and Instagram and reverse its...
8 May 2018 09:54
(Sharecast News) - Snapchat owner Snap announced overnight that Amazon veteran Tim Stone will be its new chief financial officer from next Wednesday.
3 April 2018 08:34
(ShareCast News) - More money will go into social media advertising than on the entire TV ad market in two years according to a new forecasts.
23 February 2018 08:39
(ShareCast News) - Snapchat lost around $1.3bn of its value overnight after Kylie Jenner, Kim Kardashian's sister for those not keeping up with the family, tweeted about the app.
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