Why you should care about Twitter’s $3 billion acquisition of Instagram

By now, most of us have seen the news of the social media company’s acquisition of the popular photo-sharing app Instagram.

The deal, which is expected to close by the end of the year, will give Instagram a $3.5 billion valuation, according to a report from Bloomberg, and make it one of the world’s most valuable companies.

But why is it so valuable?

And why is Instagram so popular?

The answer is simple: it’s because it’s an efficient and useful tool for sharing photos.

For years, the company has been developing a platform that will allow users to organize, organize, and organize.

In fact, Instagram has become such a successful platform that it’s able to help users organize their pictures, and its ability to organize and share images is just part of the appeal.

So why is this so?

There are three big reasons.

First, Instagram’s platform is used by more than 5 billion people worldwide.

The company has around 8.5 million employees, and it’s estimated that more than half of all Instagram photos on the site are taken by its users.

Second, it’s one of Google’s most popular search engines.

Third, it is the most used social network on the planet.

Instagram was founded by Mark Zuckerberg in 2004, and the social network has grown from a tiny community of friends to a global enterprise.

It has been built around a simple premise: people want to see photos they like and share them with friends.

The idea is that people want people to be friends, and if they can’t get a close-knit group together, they’ll find the best photos on their own.

And now Instagram is a global platform.

While its popularity has grown over time, Instagram is also a highly profitable business.

It earned a profit of $13.9 billion in 2015, and analysts believe that this figure will double by the year 2020.

So what exactly does the deal mean for Instagram?

For one, it means that Instagram’s core business, photo sharing, will continue to thrive, with the addition of new users.

Instagram users, according the company, have a total of 2.2 billion photos that they share with other users every day.

That number will increase by over 40% by 2020, according Bloomberg.

“Instagram has always been about connecting people.

It’s always been a place for people to go to see what they’re looking for.

And now that we’ve built that platform and become one of our core services, we see it as a core part of our business,” Instagram CEO Kevin Systrom said in a statement.

“We’re confident that by combining these core services we’ll continue to drive growth in both revenue and user engagement.”

The deal will help Instagram keep growing.

According to the company’s most recent earnings report, Instagram had revenue of $2.9b in 2020, and a net income of $5.4b, and Systrom is expecting a profit for the company of $4.3b by the same year.

As for the rest of the company?

It’s a bit of a mixed bag.

It posted a loss of $3b in 2017, but Systrom believes that this was partly because of the acquisition.

He believes that the company is on a sustainable path and expects to grow by 10% in 2018.

Instagram will continue with its core business and will be a great partner to Google, according Systrom.

The acquisition has the potential to make Instagram even more valuable than it already is, as it will provide the company with additional revenue streams, including advertising.

Systrom told Bloomberg that Instagram will be able to monetize its platform more directly through ads.

As a result, Systrom says the acquisition will help the company grow even more than it has already.

Instagram is expected, however, to have to pay its employees fairly to maintain its position as a top-notch social network.

For now, it appears that Instagram is going to have a lot to live up to in the next few years.

Instagram CEO has been a big supporter of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and recently said that the acquisition of WhatsApp will help him make more money.

Instagram’s future is bright, and hopefully the company will be successful in this endeavor.