FORTUNE 500
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FORTUNE 500 Companies 2007
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1 Wal-Mart Stores 1 1,900,000
2 McDonald's 108 465,000
3 United Parcel Service 43 428,000
4 Intl. Business Machines 15 355,766
5 Sears Holdings 38 352,000
6 Target 33 352,000
7 Citigroup 8 332,000
8 General Electric 6 319,000
9 Home Depot 17 305,760
10 AT&T 27 302,770
11 Kroger 26 300,000
12 Ford Motor 7 283,000
13 General Motors 3 280,000
14 Verizon Communications 13 242,000
15 FedEx 68 221,677
16 Berkshire Hathaway 12 217,550
17 United Technologies 42 214,500
18 Safeway 56 207,000
19 Bank of America Corp. 9 203,425
20 Aramark 214 200,000
21 Federated Dept. Stores 76 188,000
22 Altria Group 23 175,000
23 J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. 11 174,360
24 Delphi 83 171,400
25 Walgreen 44 168,600
26 PepsiCo 63 168,000
27 Yum Brands 262 166,600
28 HCA 87 161,500
29 Wells Fargo 41 158,000
30 Lowe's 45 157,349
31 Darden Restaurants 404 157,300
32 Hewlett-Packard 14 156,000
33 J.C. Penney 116 155,000
34 Gap 144 154,000
35 Boeing 28 154,000
36 Marriott International 203 150,600
37 Starbucks 310 145,800
38 Starwood Hotels & Rsrts. 381 145,000
39 Lockheed Martin 57 140,000
40 Procter & Gamble 25 138,000
41 CVS/Caremark 51 136,000
42 Johnson Controls 67 136,000
43 Walt Disney 64 133,000
44 Electronic Data Systems 111 131,000
45 Best Buy 72 128,000
46 Emerson Electric 115 127,800
47 TJX 133 125,000
48 Alcoa 71 123,000
49 Johnson & Johnson 36 122,200
50 Northrop Grumman 73 122,200
From the April 30th, 2007 issue
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How the states stack up
New York 57
Texas 56
California 52
Best employers
These companies appear on both the FORTUNE 500 and our 2007 ranking of the Best Companies to Work For.
Valero Energy 22
Goldman Sachs Group 36
Procter & Gamble 68
Most profitable companies
Exxon Mobil 39,500
UAL 22,876
Citigroup 21,538
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