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General Electric
Rank: 6 (Previous rank: 7)
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Financials: Latest quarterly results
CEO: Jeffrey R. Immelt
Address: 3135 Easton Turnpike
Fairfield, CT 06828
Phone: 203-373-2211
Website: http://www.ge.com
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Revenues 168,307.0 7.1
Profits 20,829.0 27.4
Assets 697,239.0
Stockholders' Equity 112,314.0
Market Value 3/23/2007 368,341.7
Revenues 12.4
Assets 3.0
Stockholders' equity 18.5
2006 $ 2.00
% change from 2005 29.9
1996-2006 annual growth rate % 10.8
2006 9.3
1996-2006 annual rate 10.7
1 General Electric 6 168,307.0
2 Freddie Mac 50 44,002.0
3 American Express 79 27,145.0
4 Countrywide Financial 91 24,444.6
5 Marsh & McLennan 207 12,069.0
6 Aon 247 10,311.0
7 SLM 284 8,751.2
8 Ameriprise Financial 297 8,140.0
9 CIT Group 335 6,927.7
10 Thornburg Mortgage 737 2,525.2
11 Moody's 850 2,037.1
12 Nelnet 895 1,874.4
13 AmeriCredit 916 1,811.3
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