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September 19, 2012
Google’s shares now worth $25 more than Apple’s
- $727.50 Per share when the market closed on Wednesday (September 19) which tops Apple’s $702.10. A portion of the credit is being given to the Nexus 7, which sold out quickly, though demand has tapered some since the initial buyers rush. Things are clearly looking up for the company though, at least according to Chief Business Officer Nikesh Arora. “The good news is, we’re seeing phenomenal growth in mobile queries across the board,” said Arora during a recent earnings call, adding, “Mobile is, right now, where search was in 1999.” source
17:23 // 1 year ago
August 20, 2012
Apple tops Microsoft to become most valuable company in history
- old recordMicrosoft became the world’s most valuable company ever near the turn of the century, when the company’s a total market worth reached $620.58 billion in 1999.
- new record After shares reached a value of $664.74 a piece, Apple became the most valuable company in history with a total market worth of $623.14 billion. source
14:29 // 1 year ago