Apple Becomes Largest U.S. Company Ever

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Apple Becomes Largest U.S. Company Ever

With $623.52 billion worth of shares outstanding at the close of trading yesterday, tech giant Apple became the largest American company of all-time as measured by the combined value of its stock, surpassing a mark set in late 1999 by Microsoft. What do you think?

  • “They deserve it. They make wonderful stocks.”

    Nick Platt
    Plant Breeder
  • “It’s a shame Steve Jobs died before he got to see his company achieve success.”

    Bill Mancini
    Bench-Molder Apprentice
  • “You know what it is? It’s all those products they sell.”

    Jacqueline Ellis