Snap Inc. made an explosive initial public offering on Thursday as the price of its stock rose 44 percent to close at $24.48 a share following its debut at $17, reports the Business Journal. The parent company of disappearing content app Snapchat, Snap was valued at $28.3 billion at the close of the market.
Nimble, a customer relationship management software developer, raised $9 million in a Series A round, reports TechCrunch. The startup aims to manage contact information inside Office 365 and G Suite.
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