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<p>1: Apple is now the most valuable brand in the world, ending a four-year reign by Google, according to the latest Brandz ranking from Millward Brown. The ranking values the Apple brand at $153 billion, up a whopping 84% since last year. 



 REUTERS/Beck Diefenbach </p>

1: Apple is now the most valuable brand in the world, ending a four-year reign by Google, according to the latest Brandz ranking from Millward Brown. The ranking values the Apple brand at $153 billion, up a whopping 84% since last year. ...more

1: Apple is now the most valuable brand in the world, ending a four-year reign by Google, according to the latest Brandz ranking from Millward Brown. The ranking values the Apple brand at $153 billion, up a whopping 84% since last year. REUTERS/Beck Diefenbach

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<p>2: Google's brand is valued at $111 billion, down 2% since last year. 


REUTERS/Christian Hartmann </p>

2: Google's brand is valued at $111 billion, down 2% since last year. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann

2: Google's brand is valued at $111 billion, down 2% since last year. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann

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<p>3: IBM's brand is valued at $100 billion, up 17% since last year. 



REUTERS/Thomas Peter </p>

3: IBM's brand is valued at $100 billion, up 17% since last year. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

3: IBM's brand is valued at $100 billion, up 17% since last year. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

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<p>4: McDonald's is valued at $81 billion, up 23%. 


REUTERS/Jim Young</p>

4: McDonald's is valued at $81 billion, up 23%. REUTERS/Jim Young

4: McDonald's is valued at $81 billion, up 23%. REUTERS/Jim Young

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<p>5: Microsoft is valued at $78 billion, up 2%. 


REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni </p>

5: Microsoft is valued at $78 billion, up 2%. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni

5: Microsoft is valued at $78 billion, up 2%. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni

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<p>6: Coca-Cola is valued at $73 billion, up 8%. 



REUTERS/Joshua Lott </p>

6: Coca-Cola is valued at $73 billion, up 8%. REUTERS/Joshua Lott

6: Coca-Cola is valued at $73 billion, up 8%. REUTERS/Joshua Lott

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<p>7: AT&amp;T is valued at $69billion, up 4%. 


REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton </p>

7: AT&T is valued at $69billion, up 4%. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

7: AT&T is valued at $69billion, up 4%. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

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<p>8: Marlboro is valued at $67 billion, up 18%. 


REUTERS/Lucas Jackso</p>

8: Marlboro is valued at $67 billion, up 18%. REUTERS/Lucas Jackso

8: Marlboro is valued at $67 billion, up 18%. REUTERS/Lucas Jackso

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<p>9: China Mobile is valued at $57 billion, up 9%. 


REUTERS/David Gray </p>

9: China Mobile is valued at $57 billion, up 9%. REUTERS/David Gray

9: China Mobile is valued at $57 billion, up 9%. REUTERS/David Gray

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<p>10: General Electric is valued at $50 billion, up 12%. 


REUTERS/Mike Segar </p>

10: General Electric is valued at $50 billion, up 12%. REUTERS/Mike Segar

10: General Electric is valued at $50 billion, up 12%. REUTERS/Mike Segar

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<p>11: Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) is valued at $44 billion, up 1%. 



REUTERS/Bobby Yip</p>

11: Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) is valued at $44 billion, up 1%. REUTERS/Bobby Yip

11: Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) is valued at $44 billion, up 1%. REUTERS/Bobby Yip

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<p>12: Vodafone is valued at $43 billion, down 2%. 


REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico</p>

12: Vodafone is valued at $43 billion, down 2%. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico

12: Vodafone is valued at $43 billion, down 2%. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico

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<p>13: Verizon is valued at $42 billion. 


REUTERS/Brendan McDermid  </p>

13: Verizon is valued at $42 billion. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

13: Verizon is valued at $42 billion. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

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<p>14: Amazon.com is valued at $37 billion, up 37%. 

REUTERS/Eric Thayer</p>

14: Amazon.com is valued at $37 billion, up 37%. REUTERS/Eric Thayer

14: Amazon.com is valued at $37 billion, up 37%. REUTERS/Eric Thayer

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<p>15: Wal-Mart is valued at $37 billion, down 5%. 



REUTERS/Sarah Conard </p>

15: Wal-Mart is valued at $37 billion, down 5%. REUTERS/Sarah Conard

15: Wal-Mart is valued at $37 billion, down 5%. REUTERS/Sarah Conard

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<p>16: Wells Fargo is valued at $36 billion, up 97%. 


REUTERS/Sam Mircovich </p>

16: Wells Fargo is valued at $36 billion, up 97%. REUTERS/Sam Mircovich

16: Wells Fargo is valued at $36 billion, up 97%. REUTERS/Sam Mircovich

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<p>17: UPS is valued at $35 billion, up 35%. 


REUTERS/John Sommers II</p>

17: UPS is valued at $35 billion, up 35%. REUTERS/John Sommers II

17: UPS is valued at $35 billion, up 35%. REUTERS/John Sommers II

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<p>18: HP is valued at $35 billion, down 11%. 


REUTERS/Denis Balibouse</p>

18: HP is valued at $35 billion, down 11%. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse

18: HP is valued at $35 billion, down 11%. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse

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<p>19: Deutsche Telekom is valued at $29 billion. 



REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke</p>

19: Deutsche Telekom is valued at $29 billion. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke

19: Deutsche Telekom is valued at $29 billion. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke

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<p>20: Visa is valued at $28 billion, up 15%. 



REUTERS/Jason Reed </p>

20: Visa is valued at $28 billion, up 15%. REUTERS/Jason Reed

20: Visa is valued at $28 billion, up 15%. REUTERS/Jason Reed

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<p>21: Movistar is valued at $27 billion. 


REUTERS/Albert Gea </p>

21: Movistar is valued at $27 billion. REUTERS/Albert Gea

21: Movistar is valued at $27 billion. REUTERS/Albert Gea

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<p>22: Oracle is valued at $26 billion, up 9%. 


REUTERS/Pascal Lauener </p>

22: Oracle is valued at $26 billion, up 9%. REUTERS/Pascal Lauener

22: Oracle is valued at $26 billion, up 9%. REUTERS/Pascal Lauener

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<p>23: SAP is valued at $26 billion, up 7%. 


REUTERS/Thomas Peter </p>

23: SAP is valued at $26 billion, up 7%. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

23: SAP is valued at $26 billion, up 7%. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

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<p>24:China Construction Bank is valued at $25 billion, up 22%. 


REUTERS/David Gray </p>

24:China Construction Bank is valued at $25 billion, up 22%. REUTERS/David Gray

24:China Construction Bank is valued at $25 billion, up 22%. REUTERS/David Gray

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<p>25: Blackberry is valued at $24 billion, down 20%. 


REUTERS/Mark Blinch </p>

25: Blackberry is valued at $24 billion, down 20%. REUTERS/Mark Blinch

25: Blackberry is valued at $24 billion, down 20%. REUTERS/Mark Blinch

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