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Apple is Fortune’s ‘World’s Most Admired Company’ for 14th year in a row

(Worldkingstimes.world) Fortune has published its list of the World's Most Admired Companies for 2020, and Apple has topped the list for the fourteenth year in a row. The company topped the list "based on our poll of some 3,800 corporate executives, directors, and analysts."

Elsewhere on Fortune’s All-Stars list, companies that became even more essential during the pandemic were among the biggest movers. Streaming juggernaut Netflix returned to the top 10. Big-box giant Walmart (No. 11) and Target (No. 17) earned their highest rankings since 2011 and 2008, respectively. And chipmaker Nvidia, medical supplier Abbott Laboratories, and fintech pioneer PayPal each made their Top 50 debut.

The top ten companies on the list are as follows:

Apple

Amazon

Microsoft

Walt Disney

Starbucks

Berkshire Hathaway

Alphabet

JPMorgan Chase

Netflix

Costco Wholesale

The new honor comes a few days after the company set a new quarterly revenue record of $111.4 billion in the first quarter of 2021.

According to imore.com

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