TechReview | After Snap's Successful $SNAP Tech IPO, Who's Next?

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Features •  1. After Snap's Successful $SNAP IPO, Who's Next? 2. Undoing Net Neutrality "Highly Dangerous" (video);  3Other Tech News / Quick Takes.

1. How $SNAP (NYSE:SNAPended the week after pricing IPO shares at $17: 

After closing at $24.48 (up 44%) on its first day of trading, Thursday, March 2, 2017, $SNAP shares advanced another 10.66% on Friday, closing at $27.09 (see chart above).

Read  more on Domain MondoSNAP IPO Closes at $24.48 Up 44% First DayTrading, Tulip Mania? (video) and Giant IPO Snap Inc. $SNAP Ready For Takeoff? (videos).

Who's next?

See also  Snap Shares May Be Excluded from S&P 500, Other Indexes - CFO Journal. | WSJ.com and 3 Companies Snap Should Snap Up With Its $28 Billion | Inc.com and Snap vs Facebook vs Twitter Cheatsheet.

2. Former FCC Chair Tom Wheeler says undoing net neutrality "highly dangerous"

Thomas Wheeler, former chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, discusses the future of net neutrality, web regulation and its effect on innovation. He speaks with Caroline Hyde on “Bloomberg Technology” from the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, on Feb 27, 2017. More on the Mobile World Congress on Domain Mondo at: Mobile World Congress, Barcelona, 27 February - 2 March 2017.

3. Other Tech News / Quick Takes:

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