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Most valuable brands

1: Apple is again the most valuable brand in the world, winning back the top spot from Google, according to the latest Brandz ranking from Millward Brown. The ranking values the Apple brand at $247 billion, up a whopping 67% since last year.


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1: Apple is again the most valuable brand in the world, winning back the top spot from Google, according to the latest Brandz ranking from Millward Brown. The ranking values the Apple brand at $247 billion, up a whopping 67% since last...more

1: Apple is again the most valuable brand in the world, winning back the top spot from Google, according to the latest Brandz ranking from Millward Brown. The ranking values the Apple brand at $247 billion, up a whopping 67% since last year. REUTERS/Stephen Lam
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2: Google's brand is valued at $173 billion, up 9% since last year. 


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2: Google's brand is valued at $173 billion, up 9% since last year. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

2: Google's brand is valued at $173 billion, up 9% since last year. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson
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3: Microsoft is valued at $116 billion, up 28%. 


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3: Microsoft is valued at $116 billion, up 28%. REUTERS/Jason Redmond

3: Microsoft is valued at $116 billion, up 28%. REUTERS/Jason Redmond
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4: IBM's brand is valued at $94 billion, down 13% since last year. 



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4: IBM's brand is valued at $94 billion, down 13% since last year. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

4: IBM's brand is valued at $94 billion, down 13% since last year. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
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5: Visa is valued at $92 billion, up 16%. 



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5: Visa is valued at $92 billion, up 16%. REUTERS/Jason Reed

5: Visa is valued at $92 billion, up 16%. REUTERS/Jason Reed
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6: AT&T is valued at $89 billion, up 15%. 


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6: AT&T is valued at $89 billion, up 15%. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton

6: AT&T is valued at $89 billion, up 15%. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
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7: Verizon is valued at $86 billion, up 36%.


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7: Verizon is valued at $86 billion, up 36%. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

7: Verizon is valued at $86 billion, up 36%. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
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8: Coca-Cola is valued at $84 billion, up 4%. 



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8: Coca-Cola is valued at $84 billion, up 4%. REUTERS/Joshua Lott

8: Coca-Cola is valued at $84 billion, up 4%. REUTERS/Joshua Lott
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9: McDonald's is valued at $81 billion, down 4%. 


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

9: McDonald's is valued at $81 billion, down 4%. REUTERS/Jim Young
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10: Marlboro is valued at $80 billion, up 19%. 


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10: Marlboro is valued at $80 billion, up 19%. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

10: Marlboro is valued at $80 billion, up 19%. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
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11: Tencent is valued at $77 billion, up 43%. 

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11: Tencent is valued at $77 billion, up 43%. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon

11: Tencent is valued at $77 billion, up 43%. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
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12: Facebook is valued at $71 billion, up 99%. 


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12: Facebook is valued at $71 billion, up 99%. REUTERS/Kimberly White

12: Facebook is valued at $71 billion, up 99%. REUTERS/Kimberly White
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13: Alibaba is valued at $66 billion. 

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13: Alibaba is valued at $66 billion. REUTERS/Chance Chan

13: Alibaba is valued at $66 billion. REUTERS/Chance Chan
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14: Amazon is valued at $62 billion, down 3%. 

REUTERS/Rick Wilking

14: Amazon is valued at $62 billion, down 3%. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

14: Amazon is valued at $62 billion, down 3%. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
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15: China Mobile is valued at $60 billion, up 20%. 


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15: China Mobile is valued at $60 billion, up 20%. REUTERS/David Gray

15: China Mobile is valued at $60 billion, up 20%. REUTERS/David Gray
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16: Wells Fargo is valued at $59 billion, up 9%. 


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16: Wells Fargo is valued at $59 billion, up 9%. REUTERS/Sam Mircovich

16: Wells Fargo is valued at $59 billion, up 9%. REUTERS/Sam Mircovich
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17: General Electric is valued at $59 billion, up 5%. 


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17: General Electric is valued at $59 billion, up 5%. REUTERS/Mike Segar

17: General Electric is valued at $59 billion, up 5%. REUTERS/Mike Segar
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18: UPS is valued at $52 billion, up 9%. 


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18: UPS is valued at $52 billion, up 9%. REUTERS/John Sommers II

18: UPS is valued at $52 billion, up 9%. REUTERS/John Sommers II
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19: Disney is valued at $43 billion, up 24%. 

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19: Disney is valued at $43 billion, up 24%. REUTERS/Scott Audette

19: Disney is valued at $43 billion, up 24%. REUTERS/Scott Audette
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20: MasterCard is valued at $40 billion, up 2%. 

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20: MasterCard is valued at $40 billion, up 2%. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun

20: MasterCard is valued at $40 billion, up 2%. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun
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21: Baidu is valued at $40 billion, up 35%. 

REUTERS/Jason Lee

21: Baidu is valued at $40 billion, up 35%. REUTERS/Jason Lee

21: Baidu is valued at $40 billion, up 35%. REUTERS/Jason Lee
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22: Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) is valued at $39 billion, down 8%. 



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22: Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) is valued at $39 billion, down 8%. REUTERS/Bobby Yip

22: Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) is valued at $39 billion, down 8%. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
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23: Vodafone is valued at $38 billion, up 6%. 


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23: Vodafone is valued at $38 billion, up 6%. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico

23: Vodafone is valued at $38 billion, up 6%. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico
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24: SAP is valued at $38 billion, up 5%. 


REUTERS/Thomas Peter

24: SAP is valued at $38 billion, up 5%. REUTERS/Thomas Peter

24: SAP is valued at $38 billion, up 5%. REUTERS/Thomas Peter
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25: American Express is valued at $38 billion, up 11%. 

REUTERS/Andrew Winning

25: American Express is valued at $38 billion, up 11%. REUTERS/Andrew Winning

25: American Express is valued at $38 billion, up 11%. REUTERS/Andrew Winning
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26: Wal-Mart is valued at $35 billion, unchanged since last year. 



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26: Wal-Mart is valued at $35 billion, unchanged since last year. REUTERS/Sarah Conard

26: Wal-Mart is valued at $35 billion, unchanged since last year. REUTERS/Sarah Conard
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19: Deutsche Telekom is valued at $34 billion, up 18%. 



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19: Deutsche Telekom is valued at $34 billion, up 18%. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke

19: Deutsche Telekom is valued at $34 billion, up 18%. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke
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28: Nike is valued at $30 billion, up 21%. 

REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

28: Nike is valued at $30 billion, up 21%. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

28: Nike is valued at $30 billion, up 21%. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson
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29: Starbucks is valued at $29 billion, up 14%. 

 REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

29: Starbucks is valued at $29 billion, up 14%. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

29: Starbucks is valued at $29 billion, up 14%. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth
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30: Toyota is valued at $30 billion, down 2%. 

 REUTERS/Aly Song

30: Toyota is valued at $30 billion, down 2%. REUTERS/Aly Song

30: Toyota is valued at $30 billion, down 2%. REUTERS/Aly Song
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31: Home Depot is valued at $28 billion, up 25%. 

REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

31: Home Depot is valued at $28 billion, up 25%. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

31: Home Depot is valued at $28 billion, up 25%. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson
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32: Louis Vuitton is valued at $27 billion, up 6%. 

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32: Louis Vuitton is valued at $27 billion, up 6%. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier

32: Louis Vuitton is valued at $27 billion, up 6%. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
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33: Budweiser is valued at $27 billion, up 9%. 

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33: Budweiser is valued at $27 billion, up 9%. REUTERS/Fred Prouser

33: Budweiser is valued at $27 billion, up 9%. REUTERS/Fred Prouser
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34: BMW is valued at $26 billion, up 2%. 

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34: BMW is valued at $26 billion, up 2%. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle

34: BMW is valued at $26 billion, up 2%. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle
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35: HSBC is valued at 24 billion, down 11%. 


REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

35: HSBC is valued at 24 billion, down 11%. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

35: HSBC is valued at 24 billion, down 11%. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth
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36: Royal Bank of Canada is valued at $24 billion, up 6%. 

 REUTERS/Mark Blinch

36: Royal Bank of Canada is valued at $24 billion, up 6%. REUTERS/Mark Blinch

36: Royal Bank of Canada is valued at $24 billion, up 6%. REUTERS/Mark Blinch
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37: Pampers is valued at $24 billion, up 5%. 

 REUTERS/Gary Cameron

37: Pampers is valued at $24 billion, up 5%. REUTERS/Gary Cameron

37: Pampers is valued at $24 billion, up 5%. REUTERS/Gary Cameron
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38: L'Oreal is valued at $23 billion, unchanged since last year. 

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38: L'Oreal is valued at $23 billion, unchanged since last year. REUTERS/Charles Platiau

38: L'Oreal is valued at $23 billion, unchanged since last year. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
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39: Hewlett-Packard is valued at $23 billion, up 18%. 

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39: Hewlett-Packard is valued at $23 billion, up 18%. REUTERS/Stephen Lam

39: Hewlett-Packard is valued at $23 billion, up 18%. REUTERS/Stephen Lam
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40: Subway is valued at $23 billion, up 7%. 


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40: Subway is valued at $23 billion, up 7%. REUTERS/Andrew Winning

40: Subway is valued at $23 billion, up 7%. REUTERS/Andrew Winning
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41: China Construction Bank is valued at $22 billion, down 12%. 

REUTERS/Aly Song

41: China Construction Bank is valued at $22 billion, down 12%. REUTERS/Aly Song

41: China Construction Bank is valued at $22 billion, down 12%. REUTERS/Aly Song
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42: Zara is valued at $22 billion, down 5%. 
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42: Zara is valued at $22 billion, down 5%. REUTERS/Sergio Perez

42: Zara is valued at $22 billion, down 5%. REUTERS/Sergio Perez
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43: Mercedes Benz is valued at $22 billion, up 1%. 

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43: Mercedes Benz is valued at $22 billion, up 1%. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski

43: Mercedes Benz is valued at $22 billion, up 1%. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski
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44: Oracle is valued at $22 billion, up 4%. 

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44: Oracle is valued at $22 billion, up 4%. REUTERS/Jana Asenbrennerova

44: Oracle is valued at $22 billion, up 4%. REUTERS/Jana Asenbrennerova
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45: Samsung is valued at $22 billion, down 17%. 

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45: Samsung is valued at $22 billion, down 17%. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji

45: Samsung is valued at $22 billion, down 17%. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
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46: Movistar is valued at $21 billion, up 2%. 


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46: Movistar is valued at $21 billion, up 2%. REUTERS/Albert Gea

46: Movistar is valued at $21 billion, up 2%. REUTERS/Albert Gea
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47: TD Canada Trust is valued at $21 billion, up 3%. 

REUTERS/Mark Blinch

47: TD Canada Trust is valued at $21 billion, up 3%. REUTERS/Mark Blinch

47: TD Canada Trust is valued at $21 billion, up 3%. REUTERS/Mark Blinch
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48: Commonwealth Bank is valued at $21 billion, down 2%. 


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48: Commonwealth Bank is valued at $21 billion, down 2%. REUTERS/David Gray

48: Commonwealth Bank is valued at $21 billion, down 2%. REUTERS/David Gray
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49: Exxon Mobil is valued at $20 billion, up 3%. 

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49: Exxon Mobil is valued at $20 billion, up 3%. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi

49: Exxon Mobil is valued at $20 billion, up 3%. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi
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50: Agricultural Bank of China is valued at $20 billion, up 11%. 

REUTERS/Aly Song

50: Agricultural Bank of China is valued at $20 billion, up 11%. REUTERS/Aly Song

50: Agricultural Bank of China is valued at $20 billion, up 11%. REUTERS/Aly Song
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