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Snap shares surge on $100 million deal to make shows with Time Warner (SNAP, TWX)

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Snap shares surge on $100 million deal to make shows with Time Warner (SNAP, TWX)Shares of Snapchat maker Snap Inc. jumped nearly 3% on Monday following the news that the app maker has entered a new agreement to make original shows with Time Warner.

The deal means that Time Warner will pay Snap $100 million to develop shows and advertise in the app over the next two years, according to a person familiar...
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