Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel came full circle on Friday when he gave the commencement speech at the University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business. The 24-year-old entrepreneur dropped out of Stanford University three years ago, just three classes shy of graduating.
In his 10-minute talk, Spiegel discussed why he didn’t sell Snapchat when Facebook reportedly came knocking.
“I’m asked one question most often,” Spiegel said. “‘Why didn’t you sell your business? It doesn’t even make money. It’s a fad. You could be on a boat right now. Everyone loves boats. What’s wrong with you?'” Read more…
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