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Company buyout

World news about “Company buyout” published by euronews.

20/02 07:31 CET

Facebook moves into mobile messaging with €11.6 billion WhatsApp purchase

Facebook moves into mobile messaging with €11.6 billion WhatsApp purchase

Internet giant ==Facebook== has bought mobile-messaging start-up ==WhatsApp== for $16bn (11.6bn euros) - its biggest acquisition. The landmark deal puts the world's largest social network at the heart of mobile communications. WhatsApp, co-founded by Ukrainian immigrant ==Jan…