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Every 60 Seconds, Apple Makes More Money Than You Do in a Year

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WorldPay Zinc

But Amazon and Twitter? Not so much

Check out this interactive: It shows how much revenue and profit a handful of technology companies generate—by the second. When you land on the page, a clock starts ticking, showing how the profits at Apple, Google, Samsung and others grows comparatively. Apple brings in about $70,000 in profit every 60 seconds, Samsung follows at about $55,000, with Microsoft at $42,000, Google at 24,000 and Amazon at just $1,400. Twitter, in contrast, is still losing money.

The graphic was produced by online marketing outfit Distilled forWorldPay Zinc, a U.K.-based payment service for small business. The data is sourced from fiscal 2013.

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