According to the latest report by Bloomberg, investors have evaluated Facebook and it now stands as the world’s second most valuable company. Previously in third place behind Amazon and Google, the world’s largest social network now stands in second place (valued at $82.9 billion) behind search engine giant – Google (valued at $192 billion). Facebook’s noticeable jump in value mostly came from the $1.5 billion investment from Goldman Sachs that was made earlier this month. With Facebook now being only second to Google, It must feel pretty good to be Mark Zuckerberg right now though his company will have a long way to catch up before it can be the number one internet company. Do you think Facebook’s value will ever surpass Google to be the world’s most valuable internet company?
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