Shares of the Internet search giant surpassed $800 in early Tuesday trading, amidst positive sentiment, reaching a high of $804 before pulling back slightly. Google, led by CEO Larry Page, can seemingly do no wrong now. That was the prevailing sentiment surrounding Apple for much of the last few years, but that's changed over the past three months.
Shares of Google are up 20% over the past three months, whereas Apple's down 19%.
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