Apple no longer the world’s most valuable company

Apple can no longer boast it is the world’s most valuable company, reports USA Today. That mantle has been passed on to Exxon Mobile after a week where Apple saw its stock price crash by 12 percent. Under the new pecking order, Exxon is worth around $418.2 billion while Apple is worth $413.1 billion.

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