Its shares then hit the $2050.2677 level to give its stock a value of $1 trillion. The shares climbed as high as $2,050.50 in intraday trading in NY, just above the $2,050.27 level that gives the ecommerce and cloud computing giant a market capitalisation of $1 trillion.
It crossed the line at 16:40 BST before falling back slightly.
Apple topped that mark in early August. For instance, Amazon Web Services, a unit that provides hosting and cloud computing for other businesses, brought in $20 billion in revenue in 2017.
Apple became the first $1 trillion company last month.
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Amazon Founder Jeff Bezos is already the richest person on Earth, with a net worth surpassing $150 billion. For added reference, the company's stock reached $1,000 in October of 2017, and broke $100 in October of 2009.
Now, Amazon has followed in Apple's footsteps - the online retail giant successfully snagged the trillion-dollar company title for itself today, albeit temporarily.
The Seattle e-commerce company's share price was $2,049.50 at 11:35 a.m. Amazon had $178 billion in revenues previous year and made $2 billion in profit in its most recent quarter.
Here's the breakdown of how Morgan Stanley - one of the stock's most bullish sell-side shops - sees Amazon's five main units in terms of value.
"We continue to aspire to be Earth's most customer-centric company, and we recognize this to be no small or easy challenge".