Monday, September 27, 2010

Great Michael Dell quote (Apple now world's second-largest company (for just one day))

The full article is available at this address :

Apple now world's second-largest company

Only $47bn short of oily #1

Apple is now the world's second-largest company, in terms of market value.

In after-hours trading on the US's tech-heavy NASDAQ market, Apple's share value hovered around $293 per share. At that level, Cupertino's market value comes in at over $267bn, surpassing the former number two, PetroChina, which is valued at a paltry $265.5bn.


Almost exactly 13 years ago, when asked what he would do to fix the then-ailing Apple Computer, Michael Dell famously told a crowd of IT execs: "What would I do? I'd shut it down and give the money back to the shareholders."

Dell's market capitalization is currently $24.6bn.

Posted via email from Past news & new news, thus updated often

No comments:

Post a Comment