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Amazon became the second most valuable company as it overtook Google parent Alphabet for the first time amidst Tuesday’s trading. … Read More
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Amazon, with a market value of $768B, has passed Alphabet’s market value of $761.4B, making it the world’s second-most valuable company, trails Apple’s $889.2B — Amazon has passed Alphabet and now trails just Apple among the list of the world’s most valuable companies.
The ride-hailing company’s valuation is now at $11 billion, which could help fuel its quest to beat rival Uber.