Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Apple Is Basically a Small Country Now - The Atlantic

Plenty of room to grow...

"No modern tech company has approached the value of trading companies of the 1700s, though, and the Dutch East India Company trumps them all. The shipping juggernaut was the world's first publicly traded company. At its height, according to several estimates, it was worth the equivalent of more than $7 trillion in 2015 dollars. That's a seven with 12 zeros after it—or Apple's valuation today 10 times over."
Apple Is Basically a Small Country Now - The Atlantic
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