Apple 'now visible in Microsoft's rearview mirror' as value swells

With Apple’s annual revenue more than doubling since 2005, a new analysis looks at the possibility of the Mac maker surpassing its chief rival, Microsoft, as the world’s most valuable technology company.
Gabriel Madway with Reuters offered a look at Apple’s astounding growth, which has caused the Cupertino, Calif., company’s market value to surge to $180 billion. Microsoft remains much larger, with a $250 billion market cap, but it is Apple’s rapid growth that has raised the question of whether it could exceed its rival to the north and become the most valuable technology company in the world.

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