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Prof. Richard Sylla on Apple's dominant marketshare

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Expert from PBS NewsHour -- "...General Electric in the '80s was on top, Microsoft in the 1990s, and now it's Apple. And just think about it. Microsoft was a huge company and everybody thought Apple was going to fold because they just couldn't compete with Microsoft. And now, as was pointed out earlier, Apple has two-and-a-half times the market cap of Microsoft. I believe that there are people like Steve Jobs and Bill Gates working right now, as we talk, trying to come up with some better product that three or five or 10 years from now will threaten and perhaps even topple Apple from its perch."

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