Chief financial officer Drew Vollero says in the roadshow video that the economic model "is not complicated."
CNBC's Leslie Picker reports on Snap's road to its IPO, and how it will compete against Facebook.
Awesomeness TV CEO Brian Robbins says any communication becomes content on the social platform.
The 8-week series will available in the U.S., UK, Canada and Australia.
Miranda Kerr, who's engaged to Snapchat's CEO, asks why Facebook has to 'steal' his ideas.
According to a study by MoffettNathanson, Snapchat usage grew fastest among women over 35.
TikTok will file the federal lawsuit against the administration as soon as Tuesday, NPR reported, citing a person directly involved in the matter.
NBC News reports Signal isn't blocked by the Great Firewall, unlike other encrypted messaging apps including WhatsApp and Telegram.
TruePublic CEO Kaben Clauson joins "Closing Bell" to talk about what apps people will use if TikTok is banned. Clauson says Instagram Reels, Triller and Byte will be popular alternatives if the ban goes into effect.
CNBC's Jim Cramer said Friday he sees the next step for the Trump Administration after taking the first steps to ban Chinese apps such as TikTok and WeChat from the United States would be to stop Chinese companies from going public on U.S. markets.
"We want to use our stock as currency and potentially acquire more fintech organizations and put them in the mold," said Rocket Companies' Dan Gilbert.
Quicken Loans' parent company, Rocket Companies, began trading publicly Thursday at a lower-than-targeted share price. It's a good reminder to approach any IPO with a dose of caution.
CNBC’s financial reporters weigh in on what every investor needs to know when it comes to companies' earnings reports.
CNBC's 'After Hours' breaks down the day's top business stories and most-talked about interviews from CNBC's airwaves.
Cutting across various industries and the public sector, CNBC's Technology Executive Council offers insight on pressing issues facing tech.