Apple named world's most valuable brand
Apple is moving up in the world -- it's now the most valuable brand, knocking Coca-Cola from the top spot after a 13 year run.
Consulting firm Interbrand pegs the tech giant's value at $98.3 billion dollars, up 28 percent from last year's report.
Google rose to the No. 2 spot. Coca-Cola dropped to number three. IBM and Microsoft round out the top five.
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