Snap is falling again as markets worry about Evan Spiegel's power to steamroll shareholders
Snap's stock is boxed into a corner, and CEO Evan Spiegel's quest to hoard control of his company may be a factor. Shares fell more than 2.5 percent on Tuesday morning after the S&P 500 made an unexpected change that will prevent Snap from joining the index. The conflict centers on the co-founders' decision to make "all stockholder decisions." S&P...