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Snapchat reportedly hires Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs to lead IPO

(Reuters) – U.S. photo-sharing app Snapchat has chosen Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs as lead underwriters for an initial public offering that could come as early as March, a source familiar with the situation said on Wednesday. The banks were notified earlier this week that they had been awarded one of most coveted and potentially […]
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