According to analyst George Colony, who founded the Forrester Research group, Apple Inc. is “on track [to] outgrow both IBM and HP in the next two years,” John Brownlee reports for Cult of Mac.
“‘They’ll be bigger than IBM next year, and they’ll be bigger than HP the year after that,’ Colony said, citing Apple’s 52 percent sales growth last year,” Brownlee reports.
“If they keep up they’re [sic] current growth rates, they’ll soon be a $200 billion revenue company,” Brownlee reports. “That’s a lot headier a number than HP’s sales of $126 billion last year, or IBM’s sales of $99.9 billion last year, which makes them the largest tech companies by sales.”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Dan K.” for the heads up.]