Posted by: Nathan Simon
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Not surprising but Google is now the second most valuable brand in the world…
Here is a quick insert of the top 10.
Research In Motion’s BlackBerry brand lost a fifth of its brand value. Among technology companies, only Nokia’s 28 percent decline was steeper.
Of the top 10 brands in Monday’s report, six were technology and telecoms companies: Google at number two, IBM at number three, Microsoft at number five, AT&T at number seven and China Mobile at number nine.
McDonald’s rose two places to number four, as fast food became the fastest-growing category, Coca-Cola slipped one place to number six, Marlboro was also down one to number eight, and General Electric was number 10.
If Google wants back on top, it had better release their next iPhone killer soon, once the iPhone 5 comes out, there may be no stopping Apple!