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Hot Mic Hilarity Ensues When $SNAP CEO Evan Spiegel Gives Snarky Answer During Earnings Call

Content originally published at While Snap, Inc. ($SNAP) shares bleed out following a huge miss - currently down over 11 percent, a hilarious hot-mic moment happened during their earnings call. When pressed by Wall St. analyst Rich Greenfield of BTIG for more details on their push notification policy, CEO Evan Spiegel gave a convoluted and snarky answer - dodging the question and then telling the analyst to "go for a google" resulting in BTIG's Brandon Ross exclaiming (loudly) "I didn't even understand his response!" Full exchange here: Listen to $SNAP co-founder Evan Spiegel answer our question on whether @Snapchat is "growth hacking" from Q2 call https://t.
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