Apple has overtaken Microsoft as the most valuable company of all time after its share price surged this week, pushing the value of the company to $623bn.
Apple shares hit a new high of $665, up $14.98 on Friday's close and 2.63% overall as speculation grew over the launch of an iPhone 5 and a smaller, cheaper iPad. Microsoft's 1999 peak was $620.58bn...
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