Rihanna called out Snapchat for running a sickening ad that asked users if they “would rather slap Rihanna or punch Chris Brown” — and sent the stock of the app’s parent company tumbling as much as 5 percent. “Now SNAPCHAT I know …
Singer Rihanna denounced an ad that appeared on Snapchat making a game of domestic violence that featured photographs of her and Chris Brown. And the social media app's stock price went tumbling. "Now SNAPCHAT I know …
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Shares in Snapchat parent Snap Inc. tumbled today after pop star Rihanna ripped an ad on the platform for trivializing domestic abuse. The company’s stock closed at $17.20, down nearly 4% for the day. It has experienced volatility lately …
Rihanna is the latest celebrity to send Snap’s stock sliding. The singer tore into the app on Thursday for allowing an offensive ad to appear on its platform. Her remark sent Snap’s stock down nearly 4%, erasing nearly $800 million from …
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Martin Sorrell's departure from WPP has been described as one of the most significant ‎exits of a FTSE 100 company chief executive for many years Shares in British advertising giant WPP briefly slumped on Monday after chief executive and …
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Snapchat can’t stop losing. Earlier this week, the popular app faced serious backlash after posting an ill-conceived advertisement that appeared to make light of domestic violence. The ad was for a game called “Would You Rather?” …
LOS ANGELES (AP) - An ad on Snapchat asking users if they’d rather “Slap Rihanna” or “Punch Chris Brown” has spawned widespread outrage, including from the singer herself, and brought profuse apologies from the company behind …
After Rihanna clapped back at Snapchat for posting an insensitive ad that promoted violence against her, the popular app’s stocks plunged, snatching some $800 million from its value, reports CNN Money. Snapchat caught heat for asking …