Here's what six experts have to say about the company behind Snapchat and the future of the millennial-minded social media company.
Snap growth outpacing Facebook's in North America -- their most lucrative market.
Deutsche Bank lowers its rating on Snap to hold from buy, citing the competitive threat of larger internet firms.
SunTrust Robinson Humphrey initiated coverage of Snap shares with a sell rating, citing the competitive threat of its larger rivals.
Cantor Fitzgerald upgrades Snap shares to overweight from neutral, saying the valuation is now “attractive."
Famed tech investor Paul Meeks says if Snap's co-founders sell shares below the IPO price, it could be a warning sign for everyone else.
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Citi Research downgrades the Snapchat parent and lowers its price target to $20 from $24.
A Condé Nast and Goldman Sachs survey showed teens loved the online retailer because of its efficiency, speed and convenience.
Tim Hockey, TD Ameritrade CEO, discusses trade commissions, Snap Inc.'s IPO filing and his 2017 outlook.
New post-IPO tech firms can have a rough start to public life but can still become big businesses, a top fund manager said.
RBC predicts Snap will grow sales by 105 percent annually through 2019.
"He was able to rise to any occasion."
Instagram's new features help prove return on investment, something advertisers have complained about with Snap.
Big IPOs that stumble in the first week usually underperform in the first year. CNBC's Eric Chemi explains.
Big IPOs that stumble in the first week usually underperform in the first year, but can also recover.
Spiegel was granted a stock award of more than 37 million shares of Snap stock, according to a document filed with the SEC.
Farhad Manjoo, New York Times tech reporter, and Christina Norman, Media Storm CEO and former OWN Network CEO, discuss the pathway for Snap after its initial public offering.
Despite the mixed reaction from Wall Street, Snap really is a "must-buy," CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
This is a venture capital company and under most circumstances it wouldn't be public, says Alan Patricof, Greycroft co-founder, sharing his outlook on Snap and discussing its valuation. What I'm most upset about it the no vote, says Patricof.
World Federation of Advertisers CEO Stephan Loerke believes the slew of big brands publicly pausing social media advertising aren't likely to come back until real change is made. "We moved from brand safety to, I think, societal safety."
Jack Dorsey's Twitter has teased the option to edit tweets — but only if there is widespread use of face masks.
John Freeman of CFRA Research says Facebook should conduct more pervasive, proactive and precise content tagging to alleviate its current PR issue on the pulling of ads from its platform.
Listings in greater China were up 29% and the amount of money that was raised soared 72% from last year, according to data from consultancy EY.
Lemonade more than doubled in value in its first day of trading on Thursday, a week after Chinese software company Agora did the same.
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