Something is wrong on Wall Street.
The whole financial community is aflutter over Facebook shares, which stumbled out of the blocks as a publicly traded company last month.
But that’s not the problem. The problem is that the company’s market capitalization is completely out of whack with acceptable notions of corporate significance and meaningful contributions to society. The value of Facebook shares multiplied by the number of those shares is — at last tally — an amazing $87.33 billion.