Largest U.S. Businesses


2010 rank

Company

Revenues (in millions)

1. Wal-Mart Stores $408,214
2. Exxon Mobil 284,650
3. Chevron 163,527
4. General Electric 156,779
5. Bank of America Corp. 150,450
6. ConocoPhillips 139,515
7. AT&T 123,018
8. Ford Motor 118,308
9. J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. 115,632
10. Hewlett-Packard 114,552
11. Berkshire Hathaway 112,493
12. Citigroup 108,785
13. Verizon Communications 107,808
14. McKesson 106,632
15. General Motors 104,589
16. American International Group 103,189
17. Cardinal Health 99,613
18. CVS Caremark 98,729
19. Wells Fargo 98,636
20. International Business Machines 95,758
21. UnitedHealth Group 87,138
22. Procter & Gamble 79,697
23. Kroger 76,733
24. AmerisourceBergen 71,789
25. Costco Wholesale 71,422

Source: Fortune 500, © 2010 Time, Inc. All rights reserved. For more detailed information, visit Fortune on the Web, www.fortune.com/ .


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