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Pinterest (NYSE: PINS) stock investors probably want to pull the pin on all the uncertainty they have endured in recent months. Co-founder Ben Silbermann has stepped down as CEO, adding to the uncertainty surrounding the company's leadership. Under his leadership, Pinterest may be a top growth stock to buy now for three reasons.
Google's parent company Alphabet (NASDAQ: GOOG)(NASDAQ: GOOGL) may be considering an acquisition of image-browsing platform Pinterest (NYSE: PINS). Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai spoke at the Code Conference earlier this month. When asked if Pinterest was an acquisition target, Pichai stammered, "Look, I can't comment on a few, on any M&A deals."