Apple dethroned Exxon Mobil as the world’s largest company

Worth $358.34 billion, Exxon Mobil Corporation is now the second largest company in the world. That was after the shares of Apple Inc. rose nearly 3 percent on September 19, 2001 closing at all-time high of $411.63.

Apple is now worth $382.01 billion some $23 billion more than it’s nearest contender $358.34 billion worth Exxon Mobil. Last year this time, Apple was the second largest company after dethroning PetroChina.

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On July 26 of 2011 Apple’s previous high per stock reached $403.41 per share.

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