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More than 400 million messages are received on Snapchat every day. That's a stat the company likes to use to show off how popular it is without revealing exactly how many people actively use the app. Business Insider has gotten a little more color
Using data from PeerReach, online statistics portal Statista created a chart, which shows the 13 countries with the highest shares of monthly active tweeters. According to PeerReach, active users are those who tweet at least once a month, whereas
Mobile's nice, but watch other factors Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg reports earnings today. When Facebook reports third-quarter earnings today, investors will be focused on the companys mobile ad performance. Last quarter, Facebook surprised
Twitter's IPO is all anyone can discuss at the Keurig machine. But what people really want to know is how much the microblogging service makes off its 218.3 million monthly active users. So how is the company doing compared to the likes of Facebook
And most of the other people who've made a lot of money have done so in high-quality businesses ." -- Charlie Munger At Tier 1 Investments, a Motley Fool Real-Money Portfolio , I seek out and invest in elite businesses. These include companies with
Now in its second year, the annual awards program from the Business Intelligence Group recognizes top-performing organizations along with the products and executives key to their success. NQ Mobile was awarded honors based on factors including its
TV more rewarding, today released its results for FY 2013 and F4Q 2013, ended June 30, 2013, showing strong growth in both revenue and registered users. Viggle generated $13.907 million in revenue during FY 2013, an increase of $12.172 million, or
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It was the company's third quarter of 2011 and Apple was the hottest stock on the Street...Investors who held Apple stock between 2005 and 2011 watched shares soar 1,100%. Or, in Peter Lynch lingo -- that's a 12-bagger. Oh, how times have changed.
operate very differently, but they share one undeniably common characteristic: Both businesses will need to further monetize their members to grow into their valuations. On that note, two charts go a long way in helping us compare these social