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Apple (AAPL) Back Above The $600 Billion Mark; Two Tech Stocks Creep Up On Exxon Mobil

FYI: Below is an updated look at the rankings for the largest public companies in the US. After moving back above the $100/share level today, Apple (AAPL) is back over the $600 billion mark as well. This puts it nearly $180 billion larger than Exxon Mobil (XOM), the next largest company in the US. The difference in market cap between Apple and Exxon is equivalent to the size of AT&T, the 19th largest company in the country
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