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Snap Inc said on Monday it hired a new senior vice president of engineering from Google, the latest in a string of new recruits to advance its advertising business. Eric Young, who was previously vice president of engineering for Alphabet Inc's Google Cloud, will oversee the core infrastructure for Snap, which owns the popular photo messaging app Snapchat. He will also lead efforts to improve Snap's ability to target and measure ads on Snapchat, which was made more difficult by privacy updates on Apple's iOS devices.
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Snap (SNAP) closed at $10.22 in the latest trading session, marking a -0.58% move from the prior day.
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Shares of Snap (NYSE: SNAP) tanked last week after the company's earnings report, which wasn't great. While Meta Platforms did well with ad revenue showing strength, that wasn't the case for Snap, which saw sales down on a year-over-year basis. Snap's revenue declined by 7% for the first three months of 2023, falling to $988.6 million.
Snap's (NYSE: SNAP) stock price plunged 17% on April 28 after the social media company posted a disappointing first-quarter earnings report. Its revenue fell 7% year over year to $989 million, which missed analysts' estimates by $21 million and marked its first revenue decline since its public debut in 2017.
Snap (NYSE: SNAP) reported a year-over-year decrease in revenue in its latest earnings report. Finance professor and Fool.com contributor Parkev Tatevosian elaborates on the severity of Snap's stock price decline following the financial release.
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The Yahoo Finance Live show discusses the decline of Snap stock on Q1 earnings amid ad spend slowdown and economic headwinds.
Good afternoon, everyone, and welcome to Snap Inc.'s first quarter 2023 earnings conference call. With us today are Evan Spiegel, chief executive officer and co-founder; Jerry Hunter, chief operating officer; and Derek Andersen, chief financial officer.
(Reuters) -Shares of both Pinterest Inc and Snap Inc tumbled about 18% on Friday after the two social media companies' quarterly reports spooked investors worried about weak digital ad spending. Their disappointing reports late on Thursday stood in contrast to strong results earlier this week from digital advertising heavyweights Alphabet Inc and Meta Platforms Inc, and show that advertisers are sticking with the biggest players in an uncertain economy. Pinterest forecast second-quarter revenue growth below Wall Street estimates late on Thursday as the image-sharing platform grapples with a pullback in advertising spending in a market it warned remained uncertain.
Shares of Snapchat's parent company, Snap (NYSE: SNAP), got smashed on Friday after the company reported financial results for the first quarter of 2022. At 11:15 a.m. ET, Snap stock was down 19%. In Q1, Snap had 383 million daily active users, which was an encouraging 15% year-over-year increase.
SNAP's first-quarter 2023 results reflect steady user growth and an increase in Snapchat+ users amid a fall in average revenues per user.
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Yahoo Finance Live anchors Julie Hyman and Ines Ferre discuss why Snap and Pinterest stocks are declining.
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U.S. stock indexes advanced on Friday after strong earnings updates from Exxon and Intel offset worries over Amazon's slowdown warning, while economic data reinforced expectations that the Federal Reserve would hike interest rates next week. Exxon Mobil Corp shares finished up 1.3% after hitting an all-time high as the oil company reported a record first-quarter profit on rising oil and gas output, also boosting the S&P energy index 1.5%. Chipmaker Intel Corp gained 4% after it said gross margins will improve in the second half.