Snapchat’s Imran Khan Plans to Depart Company, Following Its First Drop in Users

The four-year veteran is reportedly starting up an investment firm

Imran Khan will stay with Snap Inc. for an interim period to aid with the transition. Getty Images

There is never a good time for a social platform to bid goodbye to its chief strategy officer of four years. Can Snapchat parent company Snap Inc. cope with doing so following the first quarter it ever saw a drop in users, though?

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