Apple Inc. posts biggest quarterly earnings of any company ever

”Apple had a pretty good quarter,” Greg Kumparak reports for TechCrunch. “And by ‘pretty good,’ I mean it was the biggest quarter in history.”

“And not just for Apple,” Kumparak reports. “For any company. Ever.”

“Until today, Russia’s Gazprom (the largest natural gas extractor in the world) held the record at $16.2 billion in a quarter,” Kumparak reports. “Apple now holds the record: $18.04 billion in profit, fiscal Q1 of 2015.”

Top Ten Largest Corporate Quarterly Earnings Of All Time:
adjusted for inflation to June 2011
1. Apple, 2015 1Q – $18.04 billion
2. Gazprom, 2011 1Q – $16.24 billion
3. Royal Dutch Shell, 2008 2Q – $15.68 billion
4. ExxonMobil, 2008 3Q – $$14.80 billion
5. Apple, 2014 1Q – $13.10 billion
6. Apple, 2013 1Q – $13.08 billion
7. Apple, 2012 1Q – $13.06 billion
8. ExxonMobil, 2007 4Q – $11.66 billion
9. Apple, 2012 2Q – $11.60 billion
10. ExxonMobil, 2005 4Q – $10.71 billion

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