Apple crossed the $500/share threshold on Feb. 13, 2012.
Apple stock crossed the $500-per-share threshold Monday morning, as seen on CNBC.com.
The company is, at $500/share, worth $460,000,000,000. Speculation for an iTV launch may be helping the surge. That market value is, according to CNBC, $8 billion more than Google and Microsoft combined.
The day's high, as of 7:20 a.m., was $503.83. The 52-week low, for the record, is $310.50, with a 1-year improvement in price of $40.18. That's more than 20 percent in a year.
According to Standard & Poor's, ExxonMobil was the most recent company to top $500 billion valuation, back when oil prices were at record highs.