Apple became the first US company reach a market value of $2 trillion on Wednesday, a number that’s doubled since 2018.
Hard Fork figured we’d celebrate Apple’s milestone by demonstrating its dominance, not just in 2020, but over the past half-decade too.
So, click play on the visualization below and observe Apple’s market value triple in just five years, leaving the rest of the NASDAQ 100 in the dirt.
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So, now that Apple’s officially in the double-trill club, one big question remains: Who’s next, Microsoft or Amazon?
Published August 19, 2020 — 18:52 UTC