In pursuing your MBA, it’s vital that you remain tuned in to what’s going on in the business community. For the past few months, some of the biggest business hype has been surrounding the event of Facebook’s impending IPO. Since announcing their plan to go public, many critics, speculators, and would-be investors have offered suppositions as to what shares should actually go for. The intended date for Facebook’s IPO is upon them, and it continues to warrant a great deal of speculation and media attention from the business community. From a Harvard college dorm room to a global phenomenon, Facebook has made leaps and bounds toward its impending sell date, upon which company shares will become available for around an estimated $28 to $35 per share. Despite the hype, however, many wonder if Facebook is actually worth the $100 billion they’ve been valued at. A look at the numbers behind the massive Internet force that is Facebook shows that the world’s largest social network is certainly a force to be reckoned with, but despite the numbers, many people, including Warren Buffet, claim that they won’t buy stock. The following infographic presents some of the numbers associated with the Facebook behemoth, and allows you to decide the question of the moment for yourself: To buy or not to buy?