Apple share prices have climbed 70 percent since Steve Jobs died in October, the company's market capitalization surpassing that of ExxonMobil to become the most valuable publicly-traded company in the world...
Apple became the world’s largest public company - by market value - in 2012, when its $546 billion market capitalization edged it ahead of perennial leader Exxon Mobile. At the end of trading on Wednesday, Apple's market cap had fal... Read Post
Apple has, at least for the moment, taken the place of Exxon Mobile as the most valuable company in the world, measured by market cap, reports MacRumors. Apple’s merket cap hit $341.55 billion in valuation today, while ExxonMobil wa... Read Post