Little stories are scattered througout the media suggesting inquiries into the methods used to determine the pre-IPO valuation of Facebook. But the real surprise is that nobody is outraged over the big cash-outs that investors and former founders are taking.
Wall Street bankers said Mark Zuckerberg wasn't going to show up on Monday, the first leg of the "road show," or publicity campaign to make sure the company he founded is worth close to the estimated $100 billion he and his bankers are looking for.
How much are your Facebook friends worth? It's difficult to put a price tag on friendships -- but we might soon find out what Wall Street thinks.
While the latest valuations seem high for a company that was started just seven years ago by a Harvard undergrad in his dorm room, they don't even begin to touch the potential valuation that Facebook might attain in the very near future.