Facebook Won't Let Up Until Snap Begs for Mercy -- and Sells

Facebook (FB) famously made an offer to buy Snap (SNAP) for $3 billion several years ago. At the rate things are going, that may be the price at which Facebook gets the company at some point. 

Because here's the reality, gleaned from hundreds of Facebook pieces I have edited seemingly in the past month. Facebook is as hungry as ever, and that is bad news to an upstart in Snap that arguably doesn't have the internal structure (or finances) to outmaneuver. CEO Mark Zuckerberg's beast is going to pound Snap into the ground with new services and better data utilization, causing Snap to beg for mercy....530 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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