Snap Inc's market capitalization of $31,970,236,013 is ahead of 94.1% of US-listed equities.
SNAP's one year PEG ratio, measuring expected growth in earnings next year relative to current common stock price is 792.68 -- higher than 95.1% of US-listed equities with positive expected earnings growth.
With a year-over-year growth in debt of 442.58%, Snap Inc's debt growth rate surpasses 96.07% of about US stocks.
If you're looking for stocks that are quantitatively similar to Snap Inc, a group of peers worth examining would be MPWR, WDAY, DT, NVTA, and AMBA.
Snap Inc. operates as a camera company. It offers Snapchat, a camera application that helps people to communicate through short videos and images. The company also provides a suite of content tools for partners to build, edit, and publish snaps and attachments based on editorial content; and Spectacles, which are sunglasses that capture video from a human perspective. The company was formerly known as Snapchat, Inc. and changed its name to Snap Inc. in September 2016. Snap Inc. was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in Venice, California.
US VC Firms Offer To Take TikTok Off China's Hands For $50 Billion Tyler Durden Wed, 07/29/2020 - 09:19 With Wednesday's "historic" Congressional hearing bringing the CEOs of Amazon, Google, Apple and Facebook together set to begin later this morning, Reuters has just reported that ByteDance, the Chinese conglomerate and owner of the popular social media app TikTok, is valuing the video-sharing platform at $50 billion. That's well above rivals like US-based Snap Inc (it's $3 billion more than WeWork's 'peak' paper valuation), and a staggering 50x TikTok's projected 2020 revenue of $1 billion. But with CFIUS ratcheting up the pressure on ByteDance to either transfer control of TikTok to a US-based entity, or risk a possible ban in its most popular market (ByteDance also owns Douyin, a cl...
Some investors of TikTok's parent company ByteDance seeking to take over the popular social media app are valuing it at about US$50 billion, significantly more than peers such as Snap Inc , according to people familiar with the matter.
Women represented 32.9% of Snap's global workforce in 2019, but make up only 16.1% of its tech teams, the company said in its first annual diversity report. The social media company said that gender balance within its tech teams remained low and it will double the number of women in tech roles by 2023. The findings mirrored the limited progress made by tech heavyweights in employing more women and minorities.