Thursday, August 25, 2011

Charting Apples Success With CEO Steve Jobs

The market cap at Apple has increased from $3 billion to $347 billion, with a short stint as the most valuable public company in the world. Currently, Apple is $2 billion behind Exxon. Shareholders are certainly sad to see this valuable CEO leave.

Via: Business Insider

Stock prices have increased 6,754% during the helm of Steve Jobs. Investors have enjoyed an average return of over 35% for the past 14 years, congrats Steve!

Again via Business Insider

"For some perspective, if the stock was to grow 6,754% under new CEO Tim Cook, it would trading at $25,797 per share, and its market cap would be $23.6 trillion."

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