Are Facebook and Goldman Sachs Reinflating the Bubble?

Gigaom: It’s been over a decade since Time Warner and America Online merged in a $180-billion deal, marking the peak of the Internet bubble and the beginning of a long drought for technology stocks — a drought that has arguably been broken only by Apple and Google. Now Facebook seems to be taking the lead in the next wave of tech-stock enthusiasm, with Goldman Sachs reportedly investing $450 million in the social network, giving the company a theoretical market valuation of $50 billion and positioning it for what seems like an inevitable IPO.

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