Largest U.S. Businesses

Fortune 500 ranking of America's largest corporations

2012 rank

Company

Revenues (in millions)

1. Exxon Mobil $452,926.0
2. Wal-Mart Stores 446,950.0
3. Chevron 245,621.0
4. ConocoPhillips 237,272.0
5. General Motors 150,276.0
6. General Electric 147,616.0
7. Berkshire Hathaway 143,688.0
8. Fannie Mae 137,451.0
9. Ford Motor 136,264.0
10. Hewlett-Packard 127,245.0
11. AT&T 126,723.0
12. Valero Energy 125,095.0
13. Bank of America Corp. 115,074.0
14. McKesson 112,084.0
15. Verizon 110,875.0
16. J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. 110,838.0
17. Apple 108,249.0
18. CVS Caremark 107,750.0
19. International Business Machines 106,916.0
20. Citigroup 102,939.0
21. Cardinal Health 102,644.2
22. UnitedHealth Group 101,862.0
23. Kroger 90,374.0
24. Costco Wholesale Amerisource 88,915.0
25. Freddie Mac 88,262.0

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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