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Our annual ranking of America's largest corporations

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1 Exxon Mobil 2 455,929.3
2 General Electric 6 365,582.4
3 Microsoft 44 259,757.8
4 AT&T 10 227,305.4
5 Procter & Gamble 23 213,701.5
6 Wal-Mart Stores 1 208,730.6
7 Berkshire Hathaway 11 206,976.1
8 Johnson & Johnson 35 181,615.2
9 Chevron 3 175,479.5
10 Bank of America Corp. 9 169,115.7
11 International Business Machines 15 158,602.8
12 Altria Group 61 155,655.9
13 J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. 12 145,066.2
14 Cisco Systems 71 143,540.8
15 Coca-Cola 83 141,625.3
16 Pfizer 47 138,655.2
17 Google 150 137,285.1
18 Apple 103 125,688.1
19 Intel 60 120,332.5
20 ConocoPhillips 5 120,284.6
21 PepsiCo 59 114,151.1
22 Hewlett-Packard 14 113,625.6
23 Citigroup 8 109,255.4
24 American International Group 13 107,956.0
25 Verizon Communications 17 102,531.0
26 Oracle 137 99,495.7
27 Merck 101 97,222.1
28 Wells Fargo 41 96,769.1
29 Abbott Laboratories 96 82,032.3
30 United Parcel Service 46 74,743.1
31 United Technologies 39 67,191.1
32 Goldman Sachs Group 20 64,976.0
33 Qualcomm 297 64,717.2
34 McDonald's 106 63,893.2
35 Monsanto 305 62,635.6
36 Occidental Petroleum 123 60,169.0
37 News Corp. 84 58,604.6
38 CVS Caremark 24 58,492.3
39 Walt Disney 67 58,373.2
40 Eli Lilly 133 57,179.0
41 Comcast 79 56,901.9
42 U.S. Bancorp 122 56,574.0
43 Boeing 27 56,192.3
44 Wyeth 113 55,404.7
45 3M 100 55,162.3
46 Medtronic 217 53,748.1
47 Exelon 131 53,093.8
48 Wachovia Corp. 38 51,501.5
49 American Express 75 49,956.5
50 Time Warner 49 49,603.6
From the May 5, 2008 issue
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