|Bid||0.00 x 0|
|Ask||0.00 x 0|
|Day's Range||14.94 - 15.42|
|52 Week Range||11.28 - 23.57|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||15.57|
Snap’s (SNAP) Snapchat has been selling ads on its filters over the past several years. Now, the social media company wants to sell ads on its camera screen, which users see first when they open the Snapchat app. Snap will be rolling out direct response ads, which drive users to make an action, such as downloading an app or purchasing, while staying in Snapchat.
Snap Inc (NYSE: SNAP ) users revolted over this quarter’s platform updates, and while the full defection rates are yet unknown, Snap can count on at least one enduring fan . The Rating Credit Suisse analyst ...
A federal judge in California ruled recently that Facebook (FB) must face a class-action lawsuit over claims that its facial recognition technology violated an Illinois law, the BBC reported. The company is accused of invading the privacy of its users by gathering and storing biometric data without their consent.
Venice, California-based Snap Inc. is in the news so often, here at L.A. Biz we call stories about the social-media platform “daily Snaps.”
It seems Mark Zuckerberg is one of Facebook’s (FB) most valuable assets. Facebook bumped up the budget toward Zuckerberg’s security by 50% in 2017, spending more than $7.3 million to protect the top executive during a year in which the company came under sharp criticism over its role in spreading false news and political propaganda.
A Gmail redesign is in the works, and major changes are expected in what seems to be an overhaul of the client email service by Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google. According to a TechCrunch report, Google recently informed some G-Suite customers that it was working on a brand new version of Gmail, which will be packed with more features, such as the ability to snooze emails so that they reappear in one’s inbox later as a way of managing replies to specific emails. A Google spokesperson confirmed that the company was working on some major updates for Gmail but suggested that the product was not yet ready for release—at least not for mass release.
Funding Choices, the publisher tool that Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google launched last year as part of its initiative to tackle the threat of ad blocking, is rolling out to more countries. According to Google, Funding Choices is expanding to 31 additional countries starting in the third week of April 2018. Funding Choices is a tool that enables online publishers to have conversations with their site visitors about the consequences of deploying ad blockers, the pieces of software that people use to block ads from displaying on the sites they visit.
Tottering on needlepoint stilettos and squeezed into a pair of high-waisted white Spanx with Chantilly lace shorts over the top, Kim Kardashian struts down a leafy street. To complete the look, she sports ...
Yahoo Finance's Jen Rogers and Jared Blikre break down the U.S. Treasury yield curve: as of the current date, when the Federal Reserve raised rates above 5% and it inverted in February 2007 and, as of April 2008, after the Fed lowered rates during the financial crisis following the Bear Stearns blowup.