Organizational Layout and Revenue Contribution for Apple, Inc.

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Organizational Chart
An organizational chart, also called an org chart, is a diagram that shows the structure of an organization.  The chart also shows relationships between different divisions in an organization and the ranks of the divisions.

Source: http://www.orgchart.net/wiki/Main_Page

Below is an organizational chart of Apple, Inc. and the revenue generated from the divisions within the company in 2010.

The divisions and their contributions include:
1.  iPhone Related Products – $25,179,000,000
2.  Macintosh Sales – $17,479,000,000
3.  iPod – $8,274,000,000
4.  iPad & Related Products – $4,958,000,000
5.  Other Music Related Products – $4,948,000,000
6.   Software Service – $2,573,000,000
7.  Peripheral & Hardware – $1,814,000,000
Total Revenues for 2010 was $65,225,000,000

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Revenue Contribution

The organizational chart above showed the revenue contributions for each segment of Apple, Inc.  Below is a pie chart of the same information, but shown as a percentage of Apple’s total revenue for 2010.

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As you can see from the graph, iPhone Related Products (38.6%) and Macintosh Sales (26.8%) make up the majority of revenue generated for Apple, Inc.

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