The world's most valuable brands

Spanning the globe and a wide range of industries, these 10 household names -- led by Apple for the third straight time -- are the cream of the corporate crop.

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Nov 19, 2013 6:00AM
The problem is- and listen here Microsoft- Nobody wants Windows 8. Not even the Windows 8.1 upgrade has made it anything less than crap.
All of the high-end PC manufacturers ship their products with genuine windows 7 for a reason
Because windows 8 is a lemon

Nov 18, 2013 9:34PM
Intel surprises me. Brand value is usually due to consumer awareness and perceived quality & value. Intel doe not make any consumer products that I am aware of. Their products go into other products. That is a VERY big accomplishment when a supplier to a consumer product is a top ten brand. I'm impressed.
Nov 19, 2013 11:51AM
LOL computers and fast food....Oh and the 1% who shop at Louis Vuitton.
Nov 23, 2013 12:49AM
What I find funny is that these brands are all complete garbage. Don't you find it funny that people did better without most of the items these companies make? If they dissapeared tomorrow everybody would still live. I shouldn't say that, maybe the blond haired, fake nailed, cross fit training bimbos couldn't live without their louie v bags.
Nov 24, 2013 11:08AM
Apple customer service is wonderful. The Apple product itself, V.   I would be embarrassed to carry a LV bag. I work too damn hard to put that much money into something just to show off my hard work.
Nov 19, 2013 1:13PM

Gerber Baby food over Intel and Louis V should have been a no brainer


Nov 24, 2013 4:57PM
I have tried Windows 8 and 8.1, I don't really love either as I do 7 at this point (maybe never), I put 8 an 8.1 on my laptop and have tried to get along with it but seems that something is lacking and I keep looking for it and it isn't there....... PLEASE VOTE.....UP or DOWN on this and let's see where it goes......thanks 
Nov 24, 2013 11:12PM
 None compare with the democrat Nazi  party of poverty pimping. That's right you brain dead morons the scum keep getting rich all the while you the IDIOT democrats remain slaves. Lowest labor participation rate since 1978 47 million on food stamps wall street on "WELFARE"...............Is that the change you hoped for?  But hey we have lesbian marines who cant carry ammo up a hill so life is better.
Nov 19, 2013 11:48AM
The most valuable brands are not always, and not even usually, the best quality brands. Microsoft and MCDonald's........... please. And GE makes a bunch of junk products.

Tiffany, Harry Winston, LLBean, Nordstrom, MacIntosh, Tesla, Leica, Zeiss, for those are quality brands, which I "value" much higher than nearly all of the most valuable brands..

Nov 18, 2013 9:41PM
Wonder what the "obama care" brand will be worth?
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