Here’s Forbes’ 2016 List of World’s Most Valuable Brands

Apple

Forbes has rolled out its 2016 list of the world's "Most Valuable Brands"... and it's Apple still at the top of the list.

The tech giant did not report quarterly revenue growth last month for the first time in 13 years, but it's still a massively profitable company. In all, the brand is valued at $154.1 billion USD... beating out the second place brand by a mile.

At No. 2 is longtime search engine leader Google, valued at $82 billion USD.

See the top 10 below, and check out the full list at Forbes.com.

1. Apple - $154.1 billion.
2. Google - $82 billion.
3. Microsoft - $75.2 billion.
4. Coca-Cola - $58.5 billion.
5. Facebook - $52.6 billion.
6. Toyota - $42.1 billion.
7. IBM - $41.4 billion.
8. Disney - $39.5 billion.
9. McDonald's - $39.1 billion.
10. General Electric - $36.7 billion.