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Apple Becomes Most Valuable Company in the World, Leaves Exxon in the Dust

Apple Becomes Most Valuable Company in the World, Leaves Exxon in the Dust

Following their impressive and record-breaking holiday quarter results posted yesterday evening, Apple opened this morning at an all-time high, blowing past Exxon Mobil to become the most valuable company in the world!

Exxon and Apple have been fighting it out for the spot on-and-off for some time now, but Apple’s phenomenal holiday quarter was enough to put them firmly over the edge. Congrats, Apple! Enjoy your title – this time around, you’ll probably hang on to it for a while!

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