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This week saw the surprise $1bn acquisition of hipsterlicious photo-sharing app Instagram by Facebook, making overnight multimillionaires of its 13 employees. Facebook is no stranger to picking up small businesses here and there, largely for talent acquisition, but this is clearly bigger than hoovering up a few more skilled coders.
You might have heard by now that Facebook has acquired Instagram for nearly a billion dollars in cash and stock. Incredible
Instagr.am do not need to intervene in any of the sniping that's taking place. I'm sure that given the acquisition, Facebook will been even less inclined to get involved. They have said that Instagr.am will remain independent, let's see how that plays out.
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