Wall Street is getting its revenge on Snap

Snapchat, the disappearing messaging app, was launched with the idea of bringing something edgy and different to online communications. Its parent company, Snap, tried to do the same when it went public in March, debuting with a stock structure that gave no voting power to its newest shareholders. While Facebook and Google have multiple classes…

via Wall Street is getting its revenge on Snap — Quartz

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Zain Abiddin is an Entrepreneur & Product Manager. He is the founder and Product Manager of Chillik Media, a design led software agency based in San Francisco.

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