The company’s $41 billion estimated value is based on its
share price of $16 on SecondMarket, an exchange for shares of privately held
That puts it ahead of eBay, which is currently valued at $39.3
billion on the Nasdaq.
Google leads the way at $193 billion, followed by Amazon
at $74.4 billion.
Facebook, which has more than 500 million members, has seen
its value on SecondMarket triple over the past year, according to a person
familiar with the data, which isn’t released publicly.