“2011 was the year of Apple Inc.,” Jessica E. Vascellaro reports for The Wall Street Journal.
“The company dominated the headlines—and captivated The Wall Street Journal readers’ interest—this past year, from product launches that stoked frenzy to the somber news of co-founder Steve Jobs’s death,” Vascellaro reports. “Eight of the ten most-viewed corporate stories on WSJ.com for the year were about the consumer-technology company, which became the world’s most valuable tech company during the year.”
Vascellaro reports, “Microsoft Corp. co-founder Paul Allen lashing out at fellow co-founder Bill Gates in a memoir and the liquidation of the Borders Group Inc. bookstore chain grabbed the remaining two spots.”
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