Microsoft has announced plans to sell its network marketing startup, Zeal, for a total of $3.3 billion.
Zeal is an online platform that helps people manage their personal social media profiles.
The company launched in May and currently has over 4 million users.
Microsoft plans to make the Zeal platform available to the public for $3,3 billion, according to The Wall Street Journal.
The company was founded in 2007 by CEO Kevin Chen, who is the former CEO of Facebook.
Chen left the company in 2013 to focus on his personal brand and philanthropic work.
In December of that year, Chen and Microsoft announced that they had agreed to a deal that would see Zeal acquired by Microsoft.
Zealing was created in response to the proliferation of online advertising networks that have come to dominate the world.
As social media becomes more mainstream, people want to make sure they can stay connected to the people and places they care about.
The Zeal team has been working to make that a reality.
The Zeal product includes an interactive, customizable social media profile.
You can use the tool to post and interact with your friends, family, and followers, and it can help people manage and manage their own accounts.
For example, the Zealing app allows you to create an account, then invite friends to sign up.
Zeals user interface, which is made up of tabs, allows users to create and customize their profiles, as well as interact with their friends.
Users can add and delete friends and followers.
Users can also edit their profile, edit their status and personal information, and add new photos.
Users also can choose how to present their content.
Zalmen Zalmen, one of the cofounders of Zeal and the CEO of the firm, said that Zeal was the right platform for the right people.
“It’s a business where you have a product where you can actually make money,” Zalmens said.
“If you have some business idea, you want to create a product that makes money, but if you have this other thing you want people to talk about, you don’t want to have to do that stuff.”
He added that the Zalmans company has worked with Microsoft on various product projects over the years.
Zaling has raised $30 million in venture capital.
It has raised a further $30.5 million in Series A funding, and has raised more than $250 million in additional funding.
Microsoft acquired Zalmes in 2016 for $4.5 billion.