Apple doesn’t fall far from fortune

TechCrunch reports that Apple is worth “roughly $301 billion.”

What does that equal? Well, aside from three hundred and one billion dollars USD, it’s the combined (approximate) values of

Dell ($29.3 billion)
Hewlett Packard ($72.8 billion), and
Microsoft ($200.3 billion)

Jeezus. According to TechCrunch, the difference between Apple and Microsoft – you know, that $100 billion – equals Nokia, Netflix, eBay and Research In Motion.

Again: Jeezus. I wish I could picture all that money somewhere. Like in my closet. Or under my bed. Or as my bed.


About Iris Amelia

Graduate student at Emerson College. Likes the color purple.

Posted on June 13, 2011, in apple, reaction. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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