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Snapchat shares hit all-time low as search acquisition Vurb’s CEO bails

Snapchat’s sagging share price is making it tough to retain talent. Bobby Lo, founder and CEO of mobile search app Vurb that Snap Inc acquired for $114.5 million two years ago is leaving day-to-

Snap paid $114.5M to acquire Vurb and gives acquisition details for Bitstrips and Looksery

Now that Snap is revealing its financial guts to the world in its filing for its initial public offering, we’re getting a small glimpse at how much the company is paying to acquire startups. As

Snapchat is acquiring mobile search app Vurb for $110M+

Snapchat could help you organize a night out with friends or get a digest of the day’s news thanks to its acquisition of mobile search startup Vurb. TechCrunch caught wind of the impending deal

Search App Vurb Adds Messaging To Become The U.S. WeChat

WeChat dominates China with its messaging hub that lets you shop, call a taxi, and pay bills — all from one app. Now, mobile search startup Vurb wants to bring the monolithic app style to the Un

Disrupt Winner Vurb Raises $8 Million To Steal Mobile Search From Google

The conundrum of mobile is you either use one convenient app that is mediocre at doing many things, or you have to discover and hop between a flotilla of single-purpose apps. Vurb wants to solve this

And The Winner Of TechCrunch Disrupt NY 2014 Is… Vurb

It’s been a long, tough road, but it’s finally time to crown the winner of the Disrupt Battlefield. This year’s batch was truly awesome. Twenty-seven startups took the stage to pre

Vurb’s Contextual Search Engine Blows Away Those Stupid Lists Of Links

Search is outdated. Google steers you to right section of the library, but doesn't answer your question or compile that answer with others to help you make a decision. Luckily, today Vurb is launching

Contextual Content Engine Vurb Raises More Than $1.5M From Max Levchin And Others

VCs like to go around asking the same questions: "What's cool? What startups do you like?" Recently, the consensus answer to those questions is a startup called <a target="_blank" href="http://www.vur