Adam Tooze: How Apple Became the World’s Largest Company
The tech giant crossed a major threshold this past week with a $3 trillion valuation.
Apple reached a valuation of $3 trillion this past week, making it the first company to ever cross that threshold (it crossed that line last year but only briefly). As a designer and manufacturer of technology products, Apple has become ubiquitous in our culture. But the company is also worthy of consideration as a macroeconomic and political actor in its own right.
Cameron Abadi is a deputy editor at Foreign Policy. Twitter: @CameronAbadi
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