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Oh, Snap: Evan Spiegel lost focus on Stories and rolled out the red carpet for copycats

It’s a pretty sick burn that the Daily Beast prefaces its story that walks through six months of detailed Snapchat DAU data with a 13-graph lead about just how “ballistic” CEO and co-founder goes when there’s a leak and the extreme lengths...Show More Summary

Evan Spiegel personally paid Drake to perform at Snapchat's New Year's party — check it out (SNAP)

Snap, Inc. held its massive New Years Eve party in downtown Los Angeles. It cost a reported $4 million, with CEO Evan Spiegel personally sponsoring a performance from Drake. The Snapchat employees in attendance were reportedly underShow More Summary

Evan Spiegel reportedly dropped $4 million on a massive New Year's Eve party for Snapchat — and Drake's going to be there

Evan Spiegel, CEO of Snapchat parent company Snap Inc., reportedly spent over $4 million on the company's New Year's Eve party at L.A. Live, according to TMZ. Spiegel rented out several venues, including the Microsoft Theater, a bowling...Show More Summary

Watch Snapchat’s CEO explain the new app design in 60 seconds

Snap CEO Evan Spiegel put out a 60-second video explaining Snapchat's new redesign. This redesign is the biggest in Snapchat's history. "One of the complaints we've heard about social media is that photos and videos from your friends are mixed in with content from publishers and creators and influencers," Spiegel said. Show More Summary

Snapchat’s redesign separates friends' posts from media content

Snapchat's major redesign is here and it's all about separating your relationships from content. Snap CEO Evan Spiegel wrote on Axios today that Snapchat has always been primarily geared towards conversing with friends and with the new layout, Snapchat will make that even easier. Show More Summary

Snap CEO Evan Spiegel slams social media – and says Snapchat isn’t social media

A situation of the pot calling kettle black? Snap CEO Spiegel has written an op-ed for Axios decrying the damage social media has done in propagating fake news and to our ability for self-expression. “The personalized newsfeed revolutionized the way people share and consume content. Show More Summary

Snapchat founder Evan Spiegel took a massive shot at Facebook's fake news problem (SNAP, FB)

Snapchat founder and CEO Evan Spiegel said the rise of social media came at "a huge cost to facts" and that it had "fuelled fake news." Writing in an op-ed for Axios, Spiegel made several barely veiled criticisms of his firm's biggest...Show More Summary

Evan Spiegel defends algorithms, criticizes Facebook in a new op-ed ahead of Snapchat's redesign

Algorithms and social media are bad, unless they're good, according to Snap CEO Evan Spiegel. Yes, quite confusing, but that's exactly what the cofounder of the app Snapchat argues in his first-ever op-ed posted on Axios Wednesday. The...Show More Summary

Billionaire Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel and supermodel Miranda Kerr are having a baby — here's a look inside the power couple's 2-year whirlwind romance (FB)

In May, a new power couple was solidified. Supermodel Miranda Kerr and billionaire Snap CEO Evan Spiegel tied the knot, with an early morning yoga session and an intimate backyard setting. The Australian supermodel started dating the...Show More Summary

Evan Spiegel and Miranda Kerr are expecting their first child

Miranda Kerr and Snap CEO Evan Spiegel are pregnant with their first child. The couple got married last May after dating for two years. Kerr also has a 6-year-old son with actor Orlando Bloom. Model Miranda Kerr and Snap CEO Evan Spiegel are expecting a baby. People broke the news that Kerr is pregnant with her second child, Spiegel's first. Show More Summary

Snapchat’s epic strategy flip-flop

It takes courage to say you were wrong about almost everything. But that’s what Snap Inc. CEO Evan Spiegel did this week, and that’s what it will take to save Snapchat. From algorithmic feeds to partnerships to target markets to recruiting adults, Snap is planning a 180-degree turn across the board. Read More

Snapchat’s epic strategy flip-flop

It takes courage to say you were wrong about almost everything. But that’s what Snap Inc CEO Evan Spiegel did this week, and that’s what it will take to save Snapchat. From algorithmic feeds to partnerships to target markets to recruiting adults, Snap is planning a 180-degree turn across the board. It’s warranted. The Q3 earnings report was a blood bath with Snap’s… Read More

Snapchat redesign will include algorithmic feed, report says

Big changes are headed for Snapchat. Yesterday, speaking during Snap's Q3 earnings call, CEO Evan Spiegel teased a major redesign, saying the company was in the midst of "redesigning our application to make it easier to use."  Now, we...Show More Summary

With A Humbler Evan Spiegel, Snap May Be Getting The CEO It Needs

After another lousy earnings report, the Snapchat founder emerged yesterday with a uncharacteristic willingness to address the company’s shortcomings. In the years since Snap’s founding, a litany of descriptors has been deployed to characterize CEO Evan Spiegel. Show More Summary

Snapchat is working on an app redesign; Spectacles add $40 million losses to parent Snap

As shares crater, CEO Evan Spiegel announces a redesign to make the app easier to use.        

Snapchat admits that it needs—gasp—more users older than 34

During Snap’s Q3 earnings call on Tuesday, CEO Evan Spiegel revealed that Snapchat is being redesigned to address concerns that the app is “difficult to understand” and “hard to use.” (Perhaps you’ve heard that before?) Here’s what Spiegel said: “[W]e are currently redesigning our application to make it easier to use. Show More Summary

Snap CEO Evan Spiegel on Spectacles write-off: ‘I guess we made the wrong decision’

2 months agoTechnology : Venture Beat

Snap Inc. reported today it saw $207 million in Q3 2017 revenue, and that the company lost nearly $40 million due primarily to excess Spectacles inventory. Last month, Snap said 150,000 pairs of Spectacles had been sold, an amount CEO Evan Spiegel described as exceeding his expectations. He struck a different tone in today’s earnings […]

Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel Says the App is Too Hard to Use

Evan Spiegel said Snapchat is in the process of a much easier redesign. The 27-year-old Snap CEO shared during a earnings call on Tuesday (November 7) that the social media app understands that users have found the app to be confusing and difficult to use so they are going to fix that. “One thing that [...]

Snapchat is redesigning its app after CEO Evan Spiegel admitted it's too difficult to use (SNAP)

Snap announced on Tuesday plans to redesign its core product, Snapchat. Snap CEO Evan Spiegel said that users have told him the Snapchat app is "difficult to understand" and "hard to use." The app redesign may pose a risk to Snap's business...Show More Summary

Spiegel hopes to save Snapchat with an algorithmic feed

Snap got destroyed by Wall Street today after a horrible Q3 earnings where revenue and user growth fell well under expectations. So to get things going in the right direction, CEO Evan Spiegel says Snapchat will make some bold moves not everyone will like. Read More

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