Saturday, 13 September 2014

Apple is 50% more valuable than Exxon! That's $200bn

Looking at the biggest companies in the world, I noticed that Apple is $200bn bigger than Exxon, the second on the list.
$200bn... is like 1x IBM valuation .
It's also 3/4 of Apple' cash reserve, which is much bigger than Exxon's one:

Cash: $150bn for Apple, vs. $20bn for Exxon

Other operating metrics for reference:
Revenues: $170bn for Apple, vs. $420bn for Exxon
Net Income: $37bn for Apple, vs. $33bn for Exxon

The extract from our monthly monitoring:



Previous review of listed companies through Google Sheets:
- Some news in the Travel Industry in July: http://floriancornu.blogspot.fr/2014/08/two-exciting-deals-in-travel-industry.html
- Explaining how it's done: http://floriancornu.blogspot.fr/2014/04/get-part-of-your-industry-intelligence.html

This month we added Media monitoring, which brings us to 8 industries:
Travel
SaaS
Gaming
Social Media
Media
eCommerce
Mobile Advertising
Global200bn (Companies with a valuation of more than $200bn)
F&B

If you're interested to receive any of these, email industry_intelligence@wearecxo.com