Displaces J&J in the annual list of companies "most admired by major investors"
"If an Apple shareholder fell asleep in the summer of 2008 and didn't waken until Christmas 2009," writes Vito J. Racanelli, introducing The World's Most Respected Companies in this week's issue of Barron's Magazine, "he'd hardly notice anything had been amiss, based on the stock price."
Indeed stock performance seemed to be the primary criterion of the 70 investors MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Feb 14, 2010 4:18 PM ET
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