Microsoft tops Apple as world’s most valuable public company


Apple CEO Tim Cook, left, and Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella.

Reuters

Microsoft ended Friday’s U.S. trading session as the most valuable publicly traded company, surpassing Apple after briefly topping the iPhone maker during intraday trading Thursday.

Shares of Microsoft climbed more than 3% for the week, bringing the company’s market cap to $2.89 trillion, while Apple’s stock dropped by over 3%, lowering its valuation to $2.87 trillion.



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