FORTUNE 500 2006  
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Intel ranks No. 49 on the 2006 FORTUNE 500
The Santa Clara, Calif-based company is in the top 100 on FORTUNE's latest list of America's largest corporations.

NEW YORK (FORTUNE) - Intel (Research) ranks no. 49 on this year's list of the FORTUNE 500, with $38,826 million in revenues, up 13.5% from the previous year. The Santa Clara, Calif.-based company was ranked no. 50 on the 2005 list. Its 2005 profits were $8,664 million, up 15.3% from a year earlier.

This year, FORTUNE 500 companies overall brought in a record $9.1 trillion in revenues and $610 billion in profits. And while the economy as a whole grew 3.5% last year, FORTUNE 500 companies did much better, increasing their revenues by a healthy 15.4%.

FORTUNE 500 2006
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The FORTUNE 500 list is an annual ranking of America's largest corporations by revenues. Its companies employ more than 24 million people, about 16% of working Americans.

The top 5 companies on this year's list are: Exxon Mobil (Research), Wal-Mart Stores (Research), General Motors (Research), Chevron (Research), and Ford Motor (Research).

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