Apple's Value Reaches $400bn, Worth More Than Greece

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On Thursday, Apple's value on the stock market reached an all-time high of $400 billion. That figure makes it worth more than Greece, Austria, Argentina and South Africa. And, come to mention it, quite a lot of other things, too. [CNN; Image: fdecomite]


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I might take a lot of hate for saying this... but...

Does anyone else think Apple might grow too big, and collapse down to a struggling level again - especially without Mr. Jobs at the compass. I think I can see their hype wearing off as other companies mimic and surpass their innovation. I think in the next 10 years it is entirely possible (especially in the tech market) that they might peak and fall ... actually I think they are already peaking...