Snap stock drops in late trading as losses grow, but sales and users continue to increase

Snap Inc.’s losses widened in the second quarter as Snapchat’s parent company dealt with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, sending shares lower in after-hours trading Tuesday afternoon.
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