Wall Street is giving Apple’s post-Steve Jobs transition a thumbs-up, at least so far. The company’s shares rose 2.78% today to close regular trading at $411.63, an all-time high for Apple. The surge gives it a market valuation of $381.6B, making it the most valuable company on the stock market. Exxon Mobil had held the top market cap at $358.3B. The stock is up 10.14% since the day after Jobs stepped down as CEO and was replaced by Tim Cook nearly a month ago.
Apple Stock Up 10% Since Jobs' Exit
What's Hot on Deadline
More From Team
- Charlie Sheen To Reprise His 'Ferris Bueller's Day Off' Role On 'The Goldbergs'
- Hulu Inks Streaming Deal For FX Series, Including 'Tyrant', 'The Strain' & 'AHS'
- Byron Pitts Replacing Dan Abrams As 'Nightline' Anchor
- 'Orphan Black' Season 3: “This Is War” — Video
- Graham Norton, 'Modern Family' Lead British Comedy Awards; Sony TV Ad Sales Inks With Jewish Life TV
- 'Hollywood Divas' Renewed For Second Season On TV One