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Ten years ago, who'd a thunk it.

The New York Times reports, "As of Wednesday, Wall Street valued Apple at $222.12 billion and Microsoft at $219.18 billion. The only American company valued higher is Exxon Mobil, with a market capitalization of $278.64 billion."

http://www.nytimes.com/2010/05/27/techn ... e.html?hpw

I remember huddling in a room with the editors of the now-defunct MacWeek magazine in the late 1990's, at the very last Boston Macworld Expo. The editors and reporters had finished filing our stories, and the show had finished its run. The consensus was that Apple would soon follow.

On Wednesday, the New York Times said "This changing of the guard caps one of the most stunning turnarounds in business history for Apple, which had been given up for dead only a decade earlier..."

Who'd a thunk it. Of course, this was before Think Different.

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