Apple now the world’s second largest company by market value

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Email Twitter: @ronwinbeta Sep 24th, 2010 inNews

Apple on Thursday overtook PetroChina Co. in terms of market value, making the Cupertino, Calif., company the second-largest company in the world.

As noted by Bloomberg, Apple is now valued at $265.8 billion, ahead of PetroChina’s $265.5 billion. Apple is only behind Exxon-Mobil, the largest company in the world, which had a value of $313.3 billion Thursday…

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