• After social-media sites booted Trump, Mexican leaders want to put 'clear limits' on what those companies can do

    10 days ago - By Business Insider

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    President Donald Trump no longer has a social-media platform after several sites banned him in the wake of the January 6 riot on Capitol Hill.
    Those bans are cause for dismay in Mexico, where the president and other leaders want to exert more control over social-media sites' ability to restrict users.
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    MEXICO - The removal of President Donald Trump's accounts by top social-media sites has sparked fear among Mexican political leaders, who now want control over bans and suspensions and to be able to impose...
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  • Snap stock jumps as much as 8% as the social media site sees delivering years of hefty revenue growth

    10 days ago - By Business Insider

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    Snap stock jumped as much as 8% on Wednesday, hitting a 52-week high on the same day the social media site held its investors' day.
    The company said work on its self-serve Ad Manager platform should drive years of revenue growth of more than 50%.
    Snap said Ad Manager supports diversification advertisements.
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    Snap stock bulked up as much 8% Tuesday as the social media company said it has set itself up to deliver years of revenue expansion. The shares hit an intraday high of $68.70...
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