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Apple Now Worth $100 Billion More Than GE and Walmart Combined

These are some of the relative comparisons to consider ahead, and all are based on the most recent data presented by each company.

Total Employees:

  • Apple 50,250
  • GE 305,000
  • Walmart 2,000,000

Dividend Yield:

  • Apple 1.86%
  • GE 3.37%
  • Walmart 2.54%

Next Yr P/E Ratio:

  • Apple 14.4
  • GE 14.3
  • Walmart 13.8

2013 Net Income:

  • Apple $37.04 Billion
  • GE $13.05 Billion
  • Walmart $16.02 Billion

Est. 2014 Revenue:

  • Apple $180.2 billion
  • GE $149.3 billion
  • Walmart $487.4 billion

Cash & Equivalents:

  • Apple $164 billion
  • GE $133 billion
  • Walmart $6 billion

Price/Book Ratio:

  • Apple 5.04
  • GE 1.96
  • Walmart 3.15

Price/Sales Ratio:

  • Apple 3.41
  • GE 1.79
  • Walmart 0.51

Long-Term Debt:

  • Apple $29 billion
  • GE $217 billion
  • Walmart $43 billion

Total Liabilities:

  • Apple $101 billion
  • GE $518 billion
  • Walmart $130 billion

Total Assets:

  • Apple $222 billion
  • GE $652 billion
  • Walmart $204 billion

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