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Interbrand’s Top 10 Global Brands for 2012

1. Coca-Cola
-Brand value: $77.8-billion (U.S.)
-Compared to last year’s ranking: up 8%
-2011 rank: 1

GEORGE FREY/REUTERS

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2. Apple
-Brand value: $76.6-billion
-Compared to 2011: + 129%
-2011 rank: 8

Paul Sakuma/The Associated Press

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3. IBM
-Brand value: $75.5-billion
-Compared to 2011: + 8%
-2011 rank: 2

FOCKE STRANGMANN/AP

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4. Google
-Brand value: $69.7-billion
-Compared to 2011: + 26%
-2011 rank: 4

Torsten Silz/The Associated Press

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5. Microsoft
-Brand value: $57.9-billion
-Compared to 2011: -2%
-2011 rank: 3

RICK WILKING/REUTERS

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6. GE
-Brand value: $43.7-billion
-Compared to 2011: +2%
-2011 rank: 5

BRIAN SNYDER/REUTERS

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7. McDonald’s
-Brand value: $40.1-billion
-Compared to 2011: +13%
-2011 rank: 6

Shannon Stapleton/Reuters

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8. Intel
-Brand value: $39.4-billion
-Compared to 2011: +12%
-2011 rank: 7

STRINGER/KOREA/REUTERS

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9. Samsung
-Brand value: $32.9-billion
-Compared to 2011: +40%
-2011 rank: 17

BAZUKI MUHAMMAD/REUTERS

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10. Toyota
-Brand value: $30.3-billion
-Compared to 2011: +9%
-2011 rank: 11

SANG TAN/AP

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93. BlackBerry
-Brand value: $3.9-billion
-Compared to 2011: -39%
-2011 rank: 56

David Manning/Reuters

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