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Apple Inc. is now a $200-billion whopper

March 9, 2010 |  5:16 pm

Times financial columnist Tom Petruno blogs in Money & Company that Apple Inc. shares rose to new heights Tuesday, lifting the company's stock market value past $200 billion for the first time.

Apple joins an exclusive club that includes Exxon Mobil, Microsoft and Wal-Mart Stores. But some analysts are starting to wonder if now may be a good time to sell the company's stock.

-- Peter Pae