The list of the top 10 largest corporations in the United States for 2009, according to the Fortune 500 magazine, included three financial institutions, three petroleum refiners, one telecommunications company, one technology company, one motor vehicle company and one very large retailer.
Every year, the Fortune 500 ranks the highest-grossing companies in the United States. It’s a big signifier of cachet in the business world—just think of how many employers advertise themselves as “a Fortune 500” company in their job listings. The latest edition came out recently, and working for one of the companies that made the Fortune 500 list is way more achievable than you might.
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A database of 50 years of FORTUNE's list of America's largest corporations. Since 1955, when the first FORTUNE 500 was created, more than 1,800 companies have appeared on the list. Many of these companies have changed names over this period, owing to mergers, acquisitions, and bankruptcies. Other companies have gone private, or simply changed their names. Companies are listed by the name.
An index to the 2010 Fortune 1000, a list of America's largest companies. The top 100 companies on the Fortune 500 -- Fortune magazine's annual ranking of America's largest corporations by sales.
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Moreover, the top six (United States, China, Japan, France, Germany and United Kingdom) are some of the world's largest economies as estimated by the IMF (List of countries by GDP (nominal)). Among the Fortune Global 500, 371 companies (74.2%) are from these six countries. Breakdown by sector.
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. topped Fortune magazine's list of the largest U.S. companies as measured by revenue, a ranking in which a lone California company made the top 10.