Securities And Exchange Commission

  • Snap Inc. Files for IPO (Report)

    … Did a Snapbot make a surprise appearance at Securities and Exchange Commission headquarters, or did Snapchat parent Snap Inc. file its initial public offering documents via a more traditional courier? Lauren Hirsch, Liana B. Baker and Matthew Toole of Reuters reported that Snap Inc. secretly filed for an IPO at some point before Election Day…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Facebook- 8 readers -
  • Snap Inc. Names Banks to Lead IPO (Report)

    … While Snapchat parent company Snap Inc. has yet to officially announce an initial public offering, it reportedly notified Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs Group that they will lead the IPO, which could take place as soon as March. Sarah Frier and Alex Barinka of Bloomberg News reported the selections, adding that JPMorgan Chase, Deutsche Bank…

    David Cohen/ Inside Facebook- 7 readers -
  • Tweet Directly Via Bloomberg Terminal

    … that it falls within guidelines on social media use from the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Financial Conduct Authority and other regulatory agencies in the U.S. and elsewhere. Tweets sent via SOCIAL will appear on Bloomberg Terminal’s Twitter newswire, and they will be tagged with relevant news codes, company news pages and biography pages…

    David Cohen/ Inside Facebookin Twitter- 12 readers -
  • Twitter Names Two New Board Members

    … By David Cohen on Apr. 11, 2016 - 12:00 PM The board of directors at Twitter has a different look, as Hugh Johnston and Martha Lane Fox are in, replacing Peter Currie and Peter Chernin. Twitter announced the changes to its board in a Form 8-K it filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission last week, saying that they will take effect…

    David Cohen/ AllTwitterin Social Twitter- 29 readers -
  • STUDY: Fortune 100 Social Compliance Issues

    … The average Fortune 100 firm suffered 69 unmoderated compliance incidents during a one-year study by the Nexgate division of security-as-a-service provider Proofpoint. The findings by Nexgate included: The average Fortune 100 firm has 320 social media accounts, 213,539 followers, and 1,159 employees making more than 500,000 posts to those…

    David Cohen/ Inside Facebookin Social Twitter- 9 readers -
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