Feb 20, 2014 ... At $19 billion (including RSUs), Facebook paid a price of $42 per user for ...
Going by this, the price for WhatsApp doesn't appear to be too expensive. ... If
WhatsApp was to earn thrice as much revenues as it is currently ...
Feb 24, 2014 ... We know that Facebook paid $42 for each of WhatsApp's 450 million users. ...
There are a host of free competitors, too. ... of hundreds of millions of people,
much less a billion, each handing over a few high-margin dollars.
Oct 28, 2014 ... WhatsApp made just $10 million in revenue in 2013. ... Facebook Paid $19
Billion for WhatsApp, Which Lost $138 Million Last Year ... A $900 fire-escape
tent from Etsy so you can Airbnb your apartment and sleep there, too.
Oct 28, 2014 ... The Star Trek Fan Film That Went Too Far ... By comparison, Facebook paid $55
per user when it acquired the company. ... WhatsApp's revenue growth is going in
the right direction - - sales more than doubled last .... “But for euro and yen, it's
much more subtle now because that's about policy divergence.”.
Feb 20, 2014 ... Everyone is outraged over the $19 BILLION Facebook is paying for messaging
service WhatsApp ... So did Facebook pay a lot? ... No, I'm way too much of the
fundamental investor to be able to rationalize current valuations.
Feb 19, 2014 ... Facebook just spent $16 billion to acquire WhatsApp, spending $4 billion in cash
and $12 ... If you live in North America, you may not have much experience with
WhatsApp. ... Viber, Kik, ChatON and others are all players, too.
Mar 31, 2014 ... By Umang Gupta, Retired Chairman & CEO Keynote Systems. Lately, I've met
with a lot of young software entrepreneurs that want my advice ...
Mar 9, 2014 ... What did Google care that Facebook bought WhatsApp? ... way of reminding the
world that Facebook may have paid too much for WhatsApp.
Feb 21, 2014 ... Facebook paid too much for WhatsApp, writes Thomas Kee.
Feb 26, 2014 ... Facebook FB, -1.18% paid about $16 billion in cash and stock for WhatsApp, plus
$3 billion in ... Facebook, WhatsApp may spur 'me too' deals.