Articles about Evan Spiegel
27 Feb 2019San Francisco
In a matter of months, Android users will get a completely redesigned version of popular photo-messaging app Snapchat.
30 May 2018Facebook
Evan Spiegel, the CEO of Snapchat, is a controversy child. He doesn't hold himself back, it doesn't matter if at the receiving end it is his customers, competition or his own investors.
22 Mar 2018Twitter
A court has ordered an FIR against Hardik Pandya for 'his comment' on Dr BR Ambedkar.
18 Feb 2018Snapchat
A petition that is rooting for Snapchat to reverse its recently rolled out redesign has crossed one million signatures.
06 Oct 2017Snapchat
When Snap launched Spectacles, it didn't hold back from making marketing gimmicks. One of the brilliant ones was the idea of Snapbot vending machines, which would pop up at random places and from which, you could buy Spectacles.
17 May 2017India
2017 is going to be a golden year for Mukesh Ambani
20 Apr 2017India
Angry Indians have unleashed their wrath on American singer Katy Perry after she posted a photo of Goddess Kali on Instagram with the caption, "current mood."
18 Apr 2017India
Staying ahead of Facebook or providing a new feature for Facebook to copy? This is one question we are going to ask ourselves very soon.
16 Apr 2017India
Amidst acquisition talks, Snapdeal gets hit with two more devastating incidents that could potentially cripple the already faltering home-grown e-commerce giant.
15 Apr 2017India
An ex Snapchat employee revealed that Snapchat's CEO Evan Spiegel had once commented that the app was for 'rich people' and that he wasn't interested in expanding to 'poor countries' like Spain and India.
08 Mar 2017LinkedIn
Capgemini India recently said most employees in middle and senior levels in the Information Technology sector don't have the required skill-set that this constantly-changing industry demands, which could eventually lead to massive job losses for the middle-aged.
02 Mar 2017Snapchat
In its IPO, Snap Inc was valued more than expected, raising $3.4 billion.
17 Feb 2017Stanford University
Snap Inc., maker of photo-disappearing app Snapchat, has set the valuation of its Initial Public Offering at as high as between $19.5bn and $22.2bn, with its shares being valued at $14-16 on a diluted basis.