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.