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Fortune Magazine's US Top 500 in 2019: Apple's Third Amazon's Fifth

via:新浪科技     time:2019/5/17 1:02:31     readed:196

The "Fortune 500" ranking is mainly measured by corporate revenue, and is selected once a year. This year has entered its 65th year. This year, the total revenue of the 500 companies on the list reached $13.7 trillion, equivalent to two-thirds of US GDP. In addition, these companies have a total profit of $1.1 trillion, a market capitalization of $22.6 trillion, and employed 28.7 million people worldwide.

This year, Wal-Mart topped the list with $514.405 billion in revenue, which is the seventh consecutive year that the company has won the championship. Oil and gas giant Exxon Mobil ranked second with annual revenues of $290.12 billion. Apple ranked third, with annual revenue of $265.595 billion.

The fourth to tenth rankings are Berkshire Hathaway, Amazon, UnitedHealth Group, McKesson, CVS Health, AT&T, and Amerisource Bergen.

In addition, Google's parent company, Alphabet, ranked 15th with annual revenue of $136.81 billion. JPMorgan Chase ranked 18, Verizon ranked 19, General Electric 21,MicrosoftRank 26, Comcast 32, Dell 34; IBM ranked 38, Intel 43, HP 55, Facebook 57, Goldman Sachs 62, Morgan Stanley 63, Best Buy 74, Oracle 81.

Among the 500 companies, the most profitable is Apple, followed by JP Morgan Chase and Alphabet, separated by two or three. In addition, Facebook's profitability ranked sixth, Intel No. 7, AT&T, No. 9, Microsoft No. 11.

Broadcom was listed for the first time this year, ranking 150th. The companies with the largest number of employees are Wal-Mart and Amazon, with 2,200,000 and 647,500 respectively. (Li Ming)

Attachment: Top 50 rankings of the US Fortune 500


2. ExxonMobil

3. Apple

4. Berkshire Hathaway

5. Amazon

6. United Health Group

7. McKesson

8. CVS Health

9. AT&T

10. Meiyuan Bergen

11. Chevron

12. Ford Motor Company

13. General Motors

14. Costco Wholesale

15. Alphabet

16. Cardinal Health

17. Walgreens Boots Alliance

18. JPMorgan Chase

19. Verizon Communications

20. Kroger

21. General Electric

22. Fannie Mae

23. Phillips 66

24. Valero Energy

25Bank of America

26. Microsoft

27. Home Depot

28. Boeing

29. Wells Fargo

30. Citigroup

31. Marathon Petroleum

32. Comcast

33. Anthem

34. Dell

35. DowDuPont

36. State Farm Insurance

37. Johnson & Johnson

38. IBM

39. Target (Target)

40. Freddie Mac

41. United Parcel Service (UPS)

42. Lowe's

43. Intel

44. MetLife

45. Procter & Gamble

46. ​​United Technologies

47. FedEx

48. Pepsi

49. Archer Daniels Midland

50. Prudential Financial

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