Apple: once David, now Goliath
Although it still likes to portray itself as the cool, hip technology underdog, Apple is a cold corporate Goliath that has become the second-biggest company in the world
Microsoft? HP? Dell? IBM? Apple is bigger than any two of those companies put together. According to its last accounts, Steve Jobs's company makes €1.5 billion a week in revenue, of which almost €400 million is profit.
And this is growing rapidly, with some analysts predicting that it will score an astonishing, record-breaking €150 billion in revenue in 2012. That's almost €500 million per day.
It has some €35 billion in cash, with which it doesn't...
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