Nextdoor Lands SPAC Deal With Khosla
The social media platform for neighbors plans to go public at a valuation of $4.3 billion.
AMC’s CEO Uses Social Media to Connect With Retail Investors
Adam Aron is turning his attention to the retail investors who have driven up the movie theater chain’s stock price.
Protecting the Enterprise from Social Media Threats
The misuse or abuse of social media can be extremely damaging to a company’s brand reputation or share value.
Twitter Shares Fall on Slowing User Growth in Q3
Twitter beat estimates on the top and bottom lines but daily active user growth of only 1 million disappointed investors.
U.S. Government Considers TikTok Ban
Critics have brought up concerns around the app’s privacy practices and its possible ties to the Chinese government.
Coty Makes $600M Beauty Bet on Kylie Jenner
The ailing beauty company is buying a majority stake in startup Kylie Cosmetics as it seeks to appeal to a younger demographic.
Twitter Shares Jump 15% on Monthly User Surge
“Twitter is on a path to sustainable revenue growth and accelerated profit expansion," one analyst says.
Pinterest Prices IPO to Raise More Than $1.2B
The conservative pricing raises "questions about investor demand for prominent but unprofitable technology companies."
Zoom vs. Pinterest: How the IPOs Stack Up
Which offering will institutional and individual investors find the most attractive?
Ford Names Ex-Amazon Exec Tim Stone as CFO
The appointment of Stone to replace Bob Shanks "demonstrates Ford’s continuing transformation to a new age auto company."
U.K. Committee: Facebook ‘Intentionally and Knowingly’ Broke Laws
"Companies like Facebook should not be allowed to behave like 'digital gangsters' in the online world," said a report from U.K. lawmakers.