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Apple Dominated The Top News Stories Of 2011[Headlines]

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The Wall Street Journal reports that 80% of the top viewed corporate stories on their site were about the ubiquitous brand and its creator.

Dory Carr-Harris, PSFK
  • 2 january 2012

2011 was the year of Apple Inc.

The company dominated the headlines—and captivated The Wall Street Journal readers’ interest—this past year, from product launches that stoked frenzy to the somber news of co-founder Steve Jobs’s death.

Eight of the ten most-viewed corporate stories on WSJ.com for the year were about the consumer-technology company, which became the world’s most valuable tech company during the year. Wall Street Journal

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