Apple’s revenue of $46.33 billion is about the same as the GDP of Tunisia or Slovenia, as well as the combined islands of Jamaica, Iceland, The Bahamas, Haiti, St. Lucia, Maldives, Antigua/Barbuda and Grenada.
Don’t stop reading. Below are some really amazing numbers of Apple inc, posted by WSJ:
Apple’s cash pile of $97.6 billion is:
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-more than eight times that of Boeing ($11.3 billion).
-more than twice Google’s cash ($44.6 billion).
-higher than the market capitalizations of all but 52 publicly traded companies in the world, and all but 475 of the S&P 500 (not counting Apple itself.)
-enough to buy Dell, Yahoo, Motorola Mobility, Activision Blizzard, Best Buy and Netflix together, all at a 10% premium.
Apple’s revenue of $46.33 billion is:
-more than the individual gross domestic product of 105 countries, according to the latest 2010 numbers from World Bank.
-about the same as the GDP of Tunisia or Slovenia, as well as the combined islands of Jamaica, Iceland, The Bahamas, Haiti, St. Lucia, Maldives, Antigua/Barbuda and Grenada.
-more than the quarterly revenue of the five largest U.S. airlines (United Continental, Delta, US Airways, American Airlines, and Southwest) combined.
Apple’s income of $13.06 billion is:
-roughly the same as the latest quarterly profits of tech giants Google, Microsoft, Yahoo and Intel combined.
-more than Google’s revenue of $10.6 billion in its most recent quarter.
-about 621 times Mitt Romney’s $21 million of income in 2010.
-nearly five times the income made by every Major League Baseball player in 2011.
Apple’s market capitalization of $415.96 billion is:
-is about tied with Exxon-Mobil, for long the largest company in the world.
-is roughly the same as two Wal-Marts or five Amazon.coms or 10 eBays or 20 Time Warner Cables.