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Caroline Spiegel, the sister of Snap CEO Evan Spiegel, is taking on sites like PornHub with the launch of her new audio porn site
Evan Spiegel isn't the only one in his family in the tech industry — his sister Caroline has launched a porn website called Quinn.
Snap CEO Evan Spiegel says that Snapchat fact-checks political ads: ‘We don’t allow things like misinformation to appear in that advertisi...
Snap CEO Evan Spiegel said the company reviews political ads on its platforms, striking middle ground between Facebook and Twitter.
Snap scores a pair of Wall Street-high price targets as analysts warm to new ad and monetization strategies
Michael Morris, an analyst at Guggenheim Partners, said Snap's access to a younger audience is a major appeal for advertisers.
Facebook’s copycat behavior was reportedly tracked by Snapchat in a dossier called ‘Project Voldemort’ — and Snap may have giv...
Amid its ongoing investigation into Facebook's behavior, the Federal Trade Commission is working with Snap and other Facebook rivals.
Amid Snap’s struggles as a public company, CEO Evan Spiegel gives this advice to founders: ‘Don’t go public’
Snap CEO Evan Spiegel had some #nofilter advice for founders taking companies public for their first time. "Don't go public," he said.
Tesla leaders reporting to Elon Musk are far more likely to quit than similar executives at Facebook, Amazon, and Uber
Tesla has had an annualized turnover rate of 44% for executives who report to Elon Musk during the past nine months
Adam Neumann has locked up control of The We Company in a jaw-dropping way, even by Silicon Valley standards, by giving himself 20 votes per share
WeWork joins a growing number of companies that give extra votes to insiders. But CEO Adam Neumann will have more votes than his peers.
Snap isn't giving up on the hardware game just yet — the company revealed Spectacles 3 on Tuesday morning.
CEO Evan Spiegel set the goal of 2019 profitability in an internal September memo. He also said that Snapchat had "rushed redesign."
Mark Zuckerberg, Tim Cook, Sheryl Sandberg and more of Silicon Valley’s tech titans reveal their favorite books for summer reading
Zuckerberg recommends a novel about who really invented the lightbulb, and Sheryl Sandberg recommends Melinda Gates' book on female empowerment.