New York Times
by Andrew Ross Sorkin, Evelyn M. Rusli
| Jan. 3, 2011
New money will give Facebook power to steal away employees, develop products and possibly pursue acquisitions, all without being publicly traded.
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It's balanced coverage, but not quite balanced enough. It does seem to react to the announcement with the appropriate level of shock, but it doesn't raise the specter of the tech bubble or discuss how much Facebook is really WORTH in any concrete sense.