FORTUNE -- In his note to clients Thursday, ISI's Brian Marshall highlighted two "nuggets" from the 88-page Form 10-K that Apple released late Wednesday:
"The scale the company is executing on," he writes, "is nothing less than astonishing."
For what it's worth, Apple's $2.13 million per full-time-equivalent employee in fiscal 2013 is actually a tad less than the $2.15 million it produced in 2012.
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