A look inside the secretive company's financials.
This article originally appeared on Recode.net.
Welcome to the public markets, Snapchat.
Here’s a note from CEO Steve Burke.
I’m just kidding, please also read ours.
Founders Evan Spiegel and Bobby Murphy are getting $272 million apiece.
The social media company has a huge contract with Google Cloud Platform. But what does that mean?
Evan Spiegel doesn’t think so. Your mileage may vary.
What could possibly go wrong as Snap goes public?
Some shareholders are cashing in early.
Maybe it will help you, too.
The Verge’s Lauren Goode and Recode’s Kurt Wagner answer your questions on this bonus episode of Too Embarrassed to Ask.
The soon-to-IPO company is on the hook for $400 million a year with Google — equal to the search giant’s estimated 2015 cloud revenue.
User growth has been rapidly decelerating.
Probably not the comparison investors are looking for.
That’s up from about $10 million in 2015.
The company is on the hook for $400 million a year.
Snap added 50 million new users last year, but just five million in Q4.
That’s on top of the $5.5 billion he’ll already have.
Here’s our first public look at Snap’s private business.