Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Without Jobs, Apple Shares Hit All-Time High - NYTimes.com

Evidently some people think Apple will be okay despite the introduction of Windows 8

At the end of regular trading Monday, Apple shares closed at $411.63, up 2.78 percent, with a new record-high market valuation of $381.62 billion. It is now clearly the most valuable company on the stock market, displacing Exxon Mobil, with a market capitalization of $358.34 billion.

Without Jobs, Apple Shares Hit All-Time High - NYTimes.com

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