A $60 billion bet that’s still working

The New York Times is now reporting that Facebook has been buying flutter.

The story says that the company has agreed to buy the company for $60bn, up from its original $48bn valuation.

This is according to people familiar with the deal.

The article also claims that Facebook is paying $3bn for a 50% stake in a technology firm called NXP.

Facebook acquired NXP for $13bn in 2013.

It’s unclear if this deal is a direct buyout or if the $3 billion is part of an earlier deal that valued the company at $30bn.

Facebook is one of the largest tech companies in the world and the biggest social network in the US.

However, this isn’t the first time that the social network has been rumored to be buying companies.

In May, it was reported that Facebook was interested in buying Uber, the ride-hailing service.

In December, a Facebook spokeswoman told The Verge that it’s not a new deal with Uber and is still in talks with Uber.