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  1. Apr 11, 2017 · Pompliano, who had just been hired away from Facebook, contends that he presented methods to address the issue, but that Evan Spiegel, the company’s CEO, abruptly cut him off. “This app is only for...

  2. Apr 18, 2017 · Snap's Evan Spiegel Denies The Accusation - But It Is Actually True That India Is A Poor Country. ... Snapchat is strongly denying allegations by a former employee Anthony Pompliano, who alleged ...

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  4. Apr 18, 2017 · Snap Inc.’s Evan Spiegel is facing backlash after a lawsuit against the company alleged that the CEO did not want to expand into “poor countries” like India. ... anthony pompliano, Evan ...

  5. Apr 17, 2017 · Also Spiegel supposedly cites India and Spain as examples. The context for this: A lawsuit filed by a former Snapchat employee called Anthony Pompliano. Note Pompliano was hired by Snapchat from Facebook, and even suggested ways to fix the problem of the app not doing well abroad. But Spiegel wasn’t interested, according to the report on Variety.

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  6. The lawsuit states that during Pompliano’s presentation, Spiegel said the discrepancy was “no big deal.” In addition, Pompliano suggested growing Snap’s international numbers, especially where people have high-levels of social media activity. Spiegel reportedly said, “This app is only for rich people.

  7. Apr 18, 2017 · It also says Pompliano remains “uninformed” about the company. The company says before June 2015 they were using a third-party system to count DAUs, and now they rely on an analytics platform developed in-house. According to Snap Inc, the DAU is counted when the user opens the app, and only once per user per day.

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