Meta returns Messenger to Facebook

  • Meta has worked to make each part of its business a separate but equal contributor to its bottom line over the last decade.
  • Facebook’s brand identity includes icons representing Messenger, Instagram, WhatsApp and Oculus.
  • This helps to deflect any suggestion of operating a sprawling digital monopoly owning a big chunk of the internet.
  • Messenger is coming back to Facebook.


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