Thursday, December 20, 2012

Runner-Up: Tim Cook, the Technologist | TIME.com

Excerpt from an extensive Time Tim Cook profile
"On the day Jobs died, Apple was valued at $351 billion; at press time its market cap stood at $488 billion, more than that of Google and Microsoft. That’s and as in plus: Apple is now worth significantly more than those companies combined. Apple’s cash hoard alone comes to more than $120 billion. It was news in 2011 when Apple passed Exxon Mobil to become the world’s most valuable company. Now Exxon Mobil can barely see Apple’s taillights in the distance, across an $83 billion lead."
Runner-Up: Tim Cook, the Technologist | TIME.com
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