CHART OF THE DAY: Apple's Market Cap Closing In On Microsoft's

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Remember when Apple was on death’s door and needed an investment from Microsoft to survive? Well, a lot’s changed since then.

In May 2000, Apple’s market capitalisation was $17 billion. Today it’s $182 billion. Meanwhile, Microsoft was around $356 billion in May 2000. Today it’s around $261 billion.

How much longer until Apple becomes the most valuable computing company in the world?

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