A Harvard study released Tuesday analyzed 40 years worth of documents from Exxon Mobil, concluding that the fossil fuel titan has, since 1979, internally acknowledged that carbon emissions are responsible for climate change, even as it has spent thousands over the years publicly denying the global consensus. As…
Fanboys are breathless from so much wanking today, paralyzed by genital turgidity because Apple briefly surpassed ExxonMobil as the most valued company in the stock market. Right now, Exxon is still number one at 352.9 billion compared to Apple's 346.74 billion.
Not in the hilarious sense, of course, but in market cap. Turns out the iPad-pumping, MacBook Air-refreshing Cupertino company is on track to surpass profit-happy Exxon Mobil as "most valuable company" if the iPhone 5 is a hit. "If." [Electronista]