Can these two beaten-down social networking stocks recover this year?
News & Analysis: LINE Corporation
The two Asian tech companies face off against a common enemy.
The company wants to start a bank and offer more financial services to mobile users.
Surging expenses are swallowing up the company’s revenue.
This one isn't even close.
Smart portals, a cryptocurrency exchange, a virtual assistant, and a big backer could help Line’s stock hit new highs this year.
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The Far Eastern social network maven reported solid Q3 results and indicated good tidings ahead for key markets such as Thailand, Japan, and Taiwan.
Snap’s non-existent moat, Twitter’s waning ad revenues, and Line’s gorilla-sized rivals make these three stocks poor social media plays.
The Japanese messaging company's Q1 sales and earnings jumped -- but perhaps not quite high enough.