Apple Goes From $500 to $600 in a Month

The proposed new Apple campus would have 2.8 million square feet of office space and sit on 175 acres in Cupertino, Calif. Photograph by City of Cupertino via Bloomberg

Shares of Apple touched $600 on Thursday morning—24 trading days since it first hit $500. So in less than a month, Apple has added about $92 billion to its market cap. That’s the equivalent of swallowing a company like Bank of America, without all the crappy mortgages, of course. (Bank of America has a market cap of about $95 billion.)

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