Mark Zuccaberg We do not recognize that Facebook, the world's largest social network, does not have exclusive rights to all users and can not trust eternity as a world leader. Therefore, we introduced a policy to acquire promising competitors and integrate them with Facebook A "group" of strategies designed to win everyone.
However, Instagram founder Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger show that by launching Facebook hastily this week the vision of social networks to make the acquired companies independent is simply not feasible.
Because there has been little major acquisition, Systrom and Krieger joined the company after 6 years in Instagram is credit for Facebook. It was acquired for $ 1 billion in 2012.
Although this is not common in terms of technology acquisition, Facebook's vision for entrepreneurs who are continuing startup activities in the wall is still inadequate.
The starting point is two global approaches: the company's finances are infinitely safe, growing as needed in Facebook's "family", and access to resources such as engineering, marketing and management.
This is also the plan of WhatsApp, Founder, Jan Koum Brian Acton managed to buy $ 19 billion in 2014 and then managed 4 years, 3 and a half years on Facebook respectively, Oculus purchased $ 1 billion, and co-founder Palmer Lucky (political scandal ) And Brendan Iribe. Former Xiaomi leader Hugo Barra is now called VP Facebook VR.
In the usual state of technical acquisition, it is impressive to get six or three years from founder after acquisition. This requires a strong vision and autonomy for companies entering the company.
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