Facebook And Whatsapp Deal


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Facebook's purchase of WhatsApp gets US approval - and a warning Reuters Friday April 11, 2014 A Facebook spokeswoman said that the deal has been approved in the United States, though it has not yet been approved in Europe. Facebook takes page out of Google playbook with Oculus deal Reuters Thursday March 27, 2014 Following the announcement of the Oculus VR buyout, everyone's asking if Facebook has Google envy. Market data provided by Interactive Data. Facebook-WhatsApp deal to spur Indian start-ups: Nasscom Monday February 24, 2014 The $19 billion price tag that Facebook is paying for WhatsApp has put the spotlight on the extraordinary rise of app developer community. 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Photograph by David Paul Morris Bloomberg via Getty Images By Benjamin Snyder April 23, 2015 Facebooks (FB) $19 billion acquisition of WhatsApp was apparently just the beginning of the deals expenses. Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg riding high - for now, after WhatsApp dealWorld News Reuters Tuesday February 25, 2014 Facebook Inc Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg took a victory lap at the world's largest mobile technology conference in Barcelona on Monday, after beating out Google Inc in a $19 billion acquisition of free messaging service WhatsApp. EU's Vestager Says Analysing Facebook Reply to WhatsApp Probe Reuters Thursday March 23, 2017 "We have now got the reply from Facebook and we are now analysing it," Vestager told lawmakers during a European Parliament hearing on Wednesday, . All rights reserved. .. WhatsApp is by far the largest acquisition for the Menlo Park, California company, and bigger than any deals made by Google, Microsoft or Apple. 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Facebook Gets European Union Nod for $19 Billion WhatsApp Bid Friday October 3, 2014 Facebook, the world's most popular social network, gained European Union clearance on Friday for its proposed $19 billion takeover of mobile messaging startup WhatsApp in a deal setting it against the telecoms industry. Offers may be subject to change without notice. All Rights Reserved Careers Made in NYC Advertise Ad Choices Website Feedback Help . WhatsApp deal shows stunning growth of messaging apps Monday February 24, 2014 Facebook's deal to pay up to $19 billion for WhatsApp comes on the heels of a $900 million purchase of another messaging service, Viber, by Japanese Internet giant Rakuten.. Tech Facebook Why Facebooks WhatsApp deal is getting more expensive Mark Zuckerberg, chief executive officer and founder of Facebook 5a02188284

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