It appears that Facebook is moving beyond high schools and colleges and moving into the workplace. It makes sense that they are trying to expand since they are trying to sell Facebook. The $2 billion price that is stamped on it would hinder most people from purchasing it, but they have hopes that expanding Facebook will increase their revenue. They currently earn $1 million each week (these are just rumors but should be accurate) which means it would take about 38 years to earn back the cost of your purchase. Looks like they better expand globally otherwise they will need to find someone with very very deep pockets.
Only ten companies are available on Facebook right now: Accenture, Amazon, Apple, EA, Gap, Intel, Intuit, Microsoft, Pepsi, PWC and Teach for America.