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In pictures: top 10 most valuable brands in the world 2014

February 19, 2014

1 - Apple. Value: $104.68bn. Yasuyoshi Chiba / AFP
1 - Apple. Value: $104.68bn. Yasuyoshi Chiba / AFP
2 - Samsung Group. Value: $78.75bn. Lee Jae-won / Reuters
2 - Samsung Group. Value: $78.75bn. Lee Jae-won / Reuters
3 - Google. Value: $68.6bn AP Photo / Journal Times / Mark Hertzberg
3 - Google. Value: $68.6bn  AP Photo / Journal Times / Mark Hertzberg
4 - Microsoft. Value: $62.78bn. Justin Lane / EPA
4 - Microsoft. Value: $62.78bn. Justin Lane / EPA
5 - Verizon. Value: $53.46bn. Rick Wilking / Reuters
5 - Verizon. Value: $53.46bn. Rick Wilking / Reuters
6 - General Electric. Value: $52.53. Silvia Razgova / The National
6 - General Electric. Value: $52.53. Silvia Razgova / The National
7 - AT&T. Value: $45.41bn. People charge their cell phones at a free solar-powered charging station set up by AT&T at Brooklyn Bridge Park in New York. John Moore / Getty Images / AFP
7 - AT&T. Value: $45.41bn. People charge their cell phones at a free solar-powered charging station set up by AT&T at Brooklyn Bridge Park in New York. John Moore / Getty Images / AFP
8 - Amazon.com. Value: $45.15bn. Fabrizio Bensch / Reuters
8 - Amazon.com. Value: $45.15bn. Fabrizio Bensch / Reuters
9 - Wal-mart. Value: $44.78bn. Amy Sancetta / AP Photo
9 - Wal-mart. Value: $44.78bn. Amy Sancetta / AP Photo
10 - IBM. Value: $41.51bn. Fabian Bimmer / AP Photo
10 - IBM. Value: $41.51bn. Fabian Bimmer / AP Photo

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