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Our annual ranking of America's largest corporations

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1 Bank of America Corp. 9 146,803.0
2 J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. 12 123,221.0
3 Exxon Mobil 2 121,762.0
4 Berkshire Hathaway 11 120,733.0
5 General Electric 6 115,559.0
6 AT&T 10 115,367.0
7 Citigroup 8 113,598.0
8 American International Group 13 95,801.0
9 ConocoPhillips 5 88,983.0
10 Chevron 3 77,088.0
11 Wachovia Corp. 38 76,872.0
12 Procter & Gamble 23 66,760.0
13 Pfizer 47 65,010.0
14 Wal-Mart Stores 1 64,608.0
15 State Farm Insurance Cos. 32 63,693.6
16 Time Warner 49 58,536.0
17 Verizon Communications 17 50,581.0
18 Wells Fargo 41 47,628.0
19 Fannie Mae 53 44,011.0
20 Johnson & Johnson 35 43,319.0
21 Goldman Sachs Group 20 42,800.0
22 Intel 60 42,762.0
23 Comcast 79 41,340.0
24 Hewlett-Packard 14 38,526.0
25 MetLife 43 35,179.0
26 News Corp. 84 32,922.0
27 Merrill Lynch 30 31,932.0
28 Cisco Systems 71 31,480.0
29 CVS Caremark 24 31,321.9
30 Morgan Stanley 21 31,269.0
31 Microsoft 44 31,097.0
32 Walt Disney 67 30,753.0
33 Bank of New York Mellon Corp. 172 29,403.0
34 International Business Machines 15 28,470.0
35 Kraft Foods 63 27,295.0
36 Freddie Mac 54 26,724.0
37 Travelers Cos. 93 26,616.0
38 Washington Mutual 97 24,584.0
39 Capital One Financial 130 24,294.1
40 Prudential Financial 74 23,457.0
41 WellPoint 33 22,990.4
42 Occidental Petroleum 123 22,823.0
43 Google 150 22,689.7
44 Lehman Brothers Holdings 37 22,490.0
45 Devon Energy 221 22,006.0
46 Sprint Nextel 58 21,999.0
47 Allstate 64 21,851.0
48 Coca-Cola 83 21,744.0
49 CBS 181 21,472.4
50 United Technologies 39 21,355.0
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