Google passes Apple again

The back and forth between Google and Apple to be the most valuable company has just flipped again leaving Google on top once again. Thanks to rumors that the iPhone market isn't as solid as it once was, Apple's stock has slid putting Google back on top. Google has seen their stock slide 7% this year, however, Apple has seen their stock slide 14%. CNN Money has the full story.

Alphabet, the parent company of Google, just passed Apple to become the world's most valuable company. Again.

Larry Page's tech conglomerate is now worth about $498 billion compared to Apple's market cap of around $495 billion.

Alphabet (can we please just call it Google?) has passed Apple before -- just three months ago in fact.