Our annual ranking of America's largest corporations

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And the winners are...
See the full list of America's largest corporations, including detailed company profiles and contact information. Plus, post your thoughts on our Fortune 500 blog. more
10. AT&T

Best to work for More than 30 Fortune 1000 companies are also on Fortune's list of best employers. See what makes them so great. more
The biggest losers Companies from Merrill Lynch to Fannie Mae to Virgin Media lost hundreds of millions of dollars last year. Who lost the most? more
20 best investments These stocks offered some of the best returns to shareholders last year. Will they keep rising? more

FORTUNE 1,000 companies in your state
Texas is home to the most companies on this year's list. See the biggest corporations near you (including interactive maps). more
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Women CEOs
Avon's Andrea Jung is one of just 12 women leading Fortune 500 companies. more
Which industries rule?
Investors in the oil and gas equipment sector enjoyed the best returns (81%) last year. See how well your industry performed. more
Compare companies
See how one Fortune 500 corporation stacks up against others. more
What slowdown? More Americans are repairing their own vehicles, and that's driving growth at national car-parts purveyor AutoZone. More
Which Fortune 500 company are you most likely to buy products from?
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  • Apple
  • Home Depot
  • Microsoft
  • Best Buy
Fortune 500 and you
What do you think of the companies on this year's list? Have you worked for any of them, or bought their products or services? Send us your photos and videos. more
Fortune 500 Forum
AmEx chief: Plan for the worst Kenneth Chenault says CEOs should prepare their companies for the possibility of a long recession. Watch
'Obama amazing for brand U.S.A.' Former Secretary of State Albright says Obama could restore U.S. leadership around the world. Watch
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    VF, no. 335 on this year's list, boosts growth by buying successful cult brands, like shoemaker Vans, and giving them freedom to flourish. Watch
FAQ and methodology
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