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Financial Times
When Steve Jobs returned to Apple in 1997, it was valued at $3bn, less than one-tenth of Siemens, Europe’s largest industrial group then and now. Today, Apple is worth more than Germany’s 30 leading companies
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💨💧Diogenes Jan 29
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But valuation is not a science. In the next dip Apple will fall more than Siemens.
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skyking (89–92) Jan 29
this is a symptom of the greater illness, not a great success
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Vincent Baby Jan 29
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but on both occasions the market was entirely rational
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