Apple is now worth more than Greece, Google and Microsoft
February 9, 2012
The company increased its share value to almost an iPad (500 U.S. dollars) and it, in its entirety, is now worth more than the gross domestic product (GDP) of Greece.
Apple is growing in the U.S. stock and reached the value of $ 476 per share, which encourages shareholders.
The company is already twice the value of Google, and is worth more than Microsoft, its direct competitor in system software.
The total value of the company that was ran by Steve Jobs is of 420,000 million dollars, well above the 360,000 million in Greece.