For the seventh straight year, Apple has been named the World’s Most Admired Company by a jury of its peers in Fortune. Despite a rocky year which saw the tech giant’s stock jump and fall and a sometimes-hot, sometimes-cold public battle with billionaire investor Carl Icahn, Apple is still the envy of the corporate world’s eye.
From Fortune’s ranking:
Amazon and Google were No. 2 and No. 3, respectively, having switched places from their 2013’s rankings. Among the other tech companies in Fortune’s top-50 “all star” list: IBM at No. 16, Samsung at No. 21, Microsoft at No. 24, and Facebook at No. 38. The full list of most-admired companies and a description of the methodology used to choose them are available here and in the issue of Fortune that comes out today.
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