Apple is Worth Almost as Much as ExxonMobil – And That’s Good News For the Planet
Posted by Corey Kaster on October 25, 2010
Apple is the second most valuable private company in the world, but steadily gaining on Exxon Mobil, which is currently worth about $338 billion to Apple’s $300 billion.
This shouldn’t be only of interest to investors. It holds far broader political and cultural significance. It’s not just about value, but values.
There couldn’t be a more stark contrast between the new economy and the old than the comparison of these two companies–a sleek tech giant versus a dirty fossil energy monster.
(READ the analysis in Discovery)