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February 20, 2014 6:20 AM

Is Facebook’s $19B bid for WhatsApp a sign of a dot-com bubble?

Facebook made a bold, maybe risky move to buy the popular messaging service WhatsApp. The $19 billion acquisition is Facebook’s largest and it eclipses any other by Apple, Google or Microsoft.

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