Also, the combined market caps of Google and Microsoft. Steve Jobs would be pleased.
Apple (AAPL) closed Thursday at a record high $493.17, up a whopping $16.49 (3.46%) for the day. That pushed its market capitalization (share price times shares outstanding) to nearly $460 billion -- more than any other company in the world and, as Apple Insider's Neil Hughes noted, greater than the value of Microsoft (MSFT) and Google (GOOG) combined.
What else is Apple worth more than? Let's see ...
Updating some of the links in the Things Apple Is Worth More Than tumbler, and adding a few of our own, we find:
A decade ago, scientists promised a revolution in drug development as they mapped the human genome. What went wrong?
By David Ewing Duncan, contributor
This is science as a biopic: the stars are four regular guys named A, T, C, and G. Like the mop-top Beatles who came from Liverpool nearly 50 years ago, this Fab Four are the superstars of our era, which has been dubbed the Age of Genomics.
Since scientists MOREApr 8, 2010 10:28 AM ET
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